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Welfare Provides Better Way Of Life Than Work

November 10, 2013

To The Reader’s Forum: Want a raise? You can stop looking! In 35 states, welfare benefits pay more than a minimum wage job, according to a new study by the libertarian Cato Institute, and in 13......

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CREDENCE

Nov-20-13 12:29 PM

Gravel, why do you keep "pitchin in " for Curly Larry and Moe????

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threestrikesout

Nov-16-13 3:52 PM

Ain't nobody here uncomfortable, monkeyboy. It's gossip and trash-talk if it's the right-wing, and it's "logic and understanding" if it's the left - is that what you're saying? Maybe you should go have a prayer with HH.

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threestrikesout

Nov-16-13 7:30 AM

Yes, HH is a crybaby. Remember the kid who threw mud at you and then ran in the house and hid behind mama? HH always has the "tattletale button" ready to click.

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50s4ever

Nov-15-13 9:49 PM

I guess HH isn't as thick skinned as he lets on. I said his brain exploded idiocy all over the screen and the post was pulled. He doesn't mind calling us uneducated racists though.

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50s4ever

Nov-15-13 9:46 PM

I'm tired of hearing how it's the law of the land being approved by congress, then having the White house change whatever he feels like. Demigod and demagogue.

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CREDENCE

Nov-14-13 7:43 AM

Now that's funny Rochester! "Maybe he went to DC to shake the hand of the man he thinks calmed the seas."

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CREDENCE

Nov-13-13 6:24 PM

Garsh, it's so quiet.... Is Henry asleep?

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CREDENCE

Nov-13-13 4:38 PM

Hey Blues, AND they will be more than happy to send you a couple billion (chump change) after all it's taxpayer money none of his! This has already been demonstrated by the ineptness there (stimulus 1 trillion, cash clunkers, coverups

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CREDENCE

Nov-13-13 12:31 PM

seadog, You need to dumb it down a little; considering your intended audience. :o)

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CREDENCE

Nov-13-13 12:29 PM

loner (10:09), The henry thinks it is warm out! (global warming) Henry is helping Algore and G.E. make hundreds of millions on those stupid & dangerous squiggle light bulbs!

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CREDENCE

Nov-13-13 8:28 AM

O'Henry, Are you still sticking with those lies in your previous posts?

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SCALLYWAG

Nov-12-13 9:16 PM

I'll get right on that hank

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HenryH

Nov-12-13 8:18 PM

Scally, we all know I am correct. You should join us in helping Credence escape his ignorance. It would do you some good as well to eschew your own ineptitude. Please do join us.

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HenryH

Nov-12-13 6:45 PM

You can do it, Credence. You can escape your ignorance and foolheartedness. We're praying for you. It will take a long time to unburden yourself. We look forward to coming over to your home to save you from yourself. Keep going, Credence. You can do it.

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CREDENCE

Nov-12-13 6:35 PM

henry, your last two posts.... THANKS, I truthfully laughed out loud! thanks again "a merry heart doeth good like......"

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HenryH

Nov-12-13 5:48 PM

Credence, don't try to hide behind your other accounts such as the Lonerider account. Come out of the dark. Trying to obscure it by denying things and using your other voices only hurts you. We're waiting to come over and help you unburden your soul. You can do it Credence. We believe in your ability to accept what is right.

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HenryH

Nov-12-13 5:34 PM

It is getting easier for you now Credence. Commit to shedding your ignorance. 50s has his own demons to fight as his lack of reading comprehension prevents him from communing with the word of our lord. We'll do our best to help him but it will take a lot of effort.

As for you credence, you are so close. Repent! Leave the comfort of your ignorant ways and accept the righteous path. We know the time spent on Camp Street was painful and that you've wanted to speak out. We're praying for you Credence. We have faith that you can find the light. Let it happen, Credence. Don't resist.

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CREDENCE

Nov-12-13 5:26 PM

50's ....is this guy squirrely or what?

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CREDENCE

Nov-12-13 5:26 PM

you said game over 5 posts ago ....give it up.

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CREDENCE

Nov-12-13 5:17 PM

I really hate to deliver this very crushing blow to (you know who) But here it goes YOU ARE A LIBERAL !!!! Wow, that felt good! And we all know Liberals are losers. They have a natural proclivity toward dunciness. You know the stripe (those losers in D.C.). Please excuse my French in using the word Li***al

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CREDENCE

Nov-12-13 4:54 PM

To Whom it may Concern, Some sneaky little boy on this list reminds me of a certain president (name unmentioned) who cannot (no matter how he tries) seem to tell the truth. It is as if he is actually coming to believe his own lies through repetition. You, (and you well know who you are) remind me of the floor manager at Rick's Place in Casablanca. When he was challenged concerning honesty, he replied "Honest, why as honest as the day is long" (as the foot pedal stopped the roulette wheel at the chosen spot). Externally sir, you are an obvious sham; internally, your dishonesty is even a betrayal to your own self. Sadly, your type will seldom come to realize the compelling, pathological draw which coerces you into the dishonesty you choose to exude. Often, your type does not superficially throw out a flippant comment, but rather speaks forth from the viscera with a portion of malice intended. Sad, yes sad indeed.

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HenryH

Nov-12-13 4:21 PM

It is OK credence. You just have to accept your ignorance and repent against it. We can help you if you let us.

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CREDENCE

Nov-12-13 3:41 PM

Dear Dodger, ...... oh never mind. It's like dueling with an unarmed man. It would be shameful.

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CREDENCE

Nov-12-13 3:38 PM

I couldn't help but wonder henry-boy, what does welfare amounts have to do with the "religion" of Catholicism? Or was that just a LIAR dodge.

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HenryH

Nov-12-13 3:35 PM

I pray for you credence. I am so sorry your ignorance is such a burden to you. My God have mercy upon your soul as you are unwilling to see his truth.

All that has been said is true. You know it to be. All that you are is caught in the vice of sin. If you need help leaving a church which preaches against the word of God, we can help you. I know you are angry caught in the confines of your ineptitude but it is not too late. We can help you cast aside the curse of your ignorance.

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