Work or starve, moochers.
And you guys thought ubango was your friend. All that voter fraud for naught.
“I Won, Again.”
Good. Should be $200 less.
They’ll just have to sell that much more weed and crack (both kinds) I guess.
This should have been paragraph number 1, not buried deep in the article.
Boo Hoo. Cry me a river. I think I’ll be saying that a lot these days.
OH’s liberal majority will probably blame the cut on Governor Kasich.
Whaat? No crab legs n’ shrimp?
From Nonprofits Face Challenging End-of-Year Giving Season
With the government’s budget crisis and the expiration of the Bush-era tax cuts, significant tax changes could be on the horizon for 2013and that makes a number of potential donors nervous. President Obama has mentioned potentially reducing or eliminating the tax deduction for charitable giving, a change which Delaney says could have a devastating impact on nonprofits. “There’s talk of limiting charitable giving in terms of the deductions, and in this time when needs are so great, Congress should not be tinkering with this very important tool,” he says.
Its Al Gores fault
They voted for Obama and their allowance is being reduced!
There is no such thing as showing gratitude to Obama voters. Now that the election is over, they can be thrown under the bus!
Hell hath no fury like an Obama voter scorned.
Friday, November 09, 2012 12:52:15 PM · 8 of 25
ZOOKER to GraceG
... Has anyone considered that the line for freebies is closed? Obama's reelected now so he's not in the market for votes, dead or otherwise.
Won't surprise me (but it will surprise the takers) when checks don't come and free phones go dead.
Someday your monthly allottment will be a bag of rice and you wil still be required to praise the Dear Leader!!
North Korean Style..
Obama voters are about to find out that the whip snaps both ways.
This is an excellent opportunity for faith based organizations, read “churches”, to set up co-op food and labor swaps for people in need. There is a good process for doing so, and it results in a lot of good for a lot of people.
It starts as an in-house process, to find out which current congregants are in need of food aid, which need some labor (usually the elderly or disabled), and who has surplus resources of anything, usually one type of food. Money is not part of the equation at this point.
With a healthy dollop of management, pretty soon food, cooked and uncooked, is shuffled around; the folks who need help around the house get their lives improved a lot; and those doing okay spend some time looking for surplus bargains, like bulk food sales, and maybe doing some cooking.
Often this results in far more abundance than is needed, so the next phase is to slowly start bringing outsiders in, based on both an invitation by congregants and the agreement to help them as well.
Is that number before or after the recent boom in the last (delayed past the election) report on food stamp enrollment?
Because of the way the federal government calculates utility expenses for people receiving the benefit, a mild winter nationwide last year, and a lower price for natural gas, many families could experience a significant cut in aid, those familiar with the program say.
Blame it on the SUV, Satan's global warming machine.
If the rule applies to Ohio, doesnt it also apply to the other 56 states as well?....