Neal Boortz comes up with some good ideas.
Here’s a couple I’d like to share with you.
The Moochers Return
. . .Can I get an over-under estimate on the numbers of these people waiting anxiously for their heating hand-outs have smart phones and flat-screen TVs? I am just so sick to damn death of these entitlement whores, these moochers who believe that the money that you worked for somehow belongs to them. Just for kicks, let me remind you of what it means to be "poor" in America, according to our Census Bureau.
- Forty-six percent of all poor households actually own their own homes. The average home owned by persons classified as poor by the Census Bureau is a three bedroom house with one and a half baths, a garage, and a porch or patio.
- Seventy-six percent of poor households have air conditioning. By contrast, 30 years ago, only 36 percent of the entire U.S. population enjoyed air conditioning.
- Only 6 percent of poor households are overcrowded. More than two thirds have more than two rooms per person.
- The average poor American has more living space than the average individual living in Paris, London, Vienna, Athens, and other cities throughout Europe. (These comparisons are to the average citizens in foreign countries, not to those classified as poor.)
- Nearly three quarters of poor households own a car; 30 percent own two or more cars.
- Ninety-seven percent of poor households have a color television; over half own two or more color televisions.
- Seventy-eight percent have a VCR or DVD player; 62 percent have cable or satellite TV reception.
- Seventy-three percent own microwave ovens, more than half have a stereo, and a third have an automatic dishwasher. . . click here to read the full article
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Rex wants you to pay for his health care so he can be an artist. And the Talkmaster let him have it! Listen to the exchange here. Personally, I don’t care if he wants to be an artist. Get a job, make art your hobby until it can support you. I pay enough for my insurance.