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Re: Indisputably Stupid

Post by Opalserpent » Wed Apr 16, 2014 9:17 pm

This seems stupid to me, having the U.N. headquarters in the usa.
Where would I have them, well not england or my homeland Australia that's for sure,
we are zionist owned to the core.

The Iranians can't even go to the U.N. because zio fascists won't give them passports.

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_04_1 ... ssed-5591/

US denies visa to Iranian UN envoy

Russia has expressed "bewilderment" at the United States' denial of an entry visa to the new Iranian permanent representative to the United Nations, Hamid Aboutalebi. "This move, which represents a departure by the United States from its commitments as a country hosting the UN headquarters, cannot be seen as anything else than a means of political pressure from Washington on a UN member state," Russia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday, according to Interfax.


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Re: Indisputably Stupid

Post by DarkHeart » Wed Apr 16, 2014 9:00 pm

The57ironman wrote:.


86M Full-Time Private-Sector Workers Sustain 148M Benefit Takers









.... :headscratch: ........''WHAT''..?








Buried deep on the website of the U.S. Census Bureau is a number every American citizen, and especially those entrusted with public office, should know. It is 86,429,000.

That is the number of Americans who in 2012 got up every morning and went to work — in the private sector — and did it week after week after week.

These are the people who built America, and these are the people who can sustain it as a free country. The liberal media has not made them famous like the polar bear, but they are truly a threatened species.

It is not a rancher with a few hundred head of cattle that is attacking their habitat, nor an energy company developing a fossil fuel. It is big government and its primary weapon — an ever-expanding welfare state.

First, let's look at the basic taxonomy of the full-time, year-round American worker.

In 2012, according to the Census Bureau, approximately 103,087,000 people worked full-time, year-round in the United States. "A full-time, year-round worker is a person who worked 35 or more hours per week (full time) and 50 or more weeks during the previous calendar year (year round)," said the Census Bureau. "For school personnel, summer vacation is counted as weeks worked if they are scheduled to return to their job in the fall."

Of the 103,087,000 full-time, year-round workers, 16,606,000 worked for the government. That included 12,597,000 who worked for state and local government and 4,009,000 who worked for the federal government.

The 86,429,000 Americans who worked full-time, year-round in the private sector, included 77,392,000 employed as wage and salary workers for private-sector enterprises and 9,037,000 who worked for themselves. (There were also approximately 52,000 who worked full-time, year-round without pay in a family enterprise.)

At first glance, 86,429,000 might seem like a healthy population of full-time private-sector workers. But then you need to look at what they are up against.

The Census Bureau also estimates the size of the benefit-receiving population.

This population, too, falls into two broad categories. The first includes those who receive benefits for public services they performed or in exchange for payroll taxes they dutifully paid their entire working lives. Among these, for example, are those receiving veteran's benefits, those on unemployment and those getting Medicare and Social Security.

The second category includes those who get "means-tested" government benefits — or welfare. These include, for example, those who get Medicaid, food stamps, Supplemental Security Income, public housing, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, and Women, Infants Children.




In the last quarter of 2011, according to the Census Bureau, approximately 82,457,000 people lived in households where one or more people were on Medicaid. 49,073,000 lived in households were someone got food stamps. 23,228,000 lived in households where one or more got WIC. 20,223,000 lived in households where one or more got SSI. 13,433,000 lived in public or government-subsidized housing.

http://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/teren ... fit-takers







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Pretty awesome for a nation that spends at least 52% of its tax dollars on the military.

It just doesn't add up, does it :help:

Re: Indisputably Stupid

Post by The57ironman » Wed Apr 16, 2014 5:03 pm

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86M Full-Time Private-Sector Workers Sustain 148M Benefit Takers









.... :headscratch: ........''WHAT''..?








Buried deep on the website of the U.S. Census Bureau is a number every American citizen, and especially those entrusted with public office, should know. It is 86,429,000.

That is the number of Americans who in 2012 got up every morning and went to work — in the private sector — and did it week after week after week.

These are the people who built America, and these are the people who can sustain it as a free country. The liberal media has not made them famous like the polar bear, but they are truly a threatened species.

It is not a rancher with a few hundred head of cattle that is attacking their habitat, nor an energy company developing a fossil fuel. It is big government and its primary weapon — an ever-expanding welfare state.

First, let's look at the basic taxonomy of the full-time, year-round American worker.

In 2012, according to the Census Bureau, approximately 103,087,000 people worked full-time, year-round in the United States. "A full-time, year-round worker is a person who worked 35 or more hours per week (full time) and 50 or more weeks during the previous calendar year (year round)," said the Census Bureau. "For school personnel, summer vacation is counted as weeks worked if they are scheduled to return to their job in the fall."

Of the 103,087,000 full-time, year-round workers, 16,606,000 worked for the government. That included 12,597,000 who worked for state and local government and 4,009,000 who worked for the federal government.

The 86,429,000 Americans who worked full-time, year-round in the private sector, included 77,392,000 employed as wage and salary workers for private-sector enterprises and 9,037,000 who worked for themselves. (There were also approximately 52,000 who worked full-time, year-round without pay in a family enterprise.)

At first glance, 86,429,000 might seem like a healthy population of full-time private-sector workers. But then you need to look at what they are up against.

The Census Bureau also estimates the size of the benefit-receiving population.

This population, too, falls into two broad categories. The first includes those who receive benefits for public services they performed or in exchange for payroll taxes they dutifully paid their entire working lives. Among these, for example, are those receiving veteran's benefits, those on unemployment and those getting Medicare and Social Security.

The second category includes those who get "means-tested" government benefits — or welfare. These include, for example, those who get Medicaid, food stamps, Supplemental Security Income, public housing, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, and Women, Infants Children.




In the last quarter of 2011, according to the Census Bureau, approximately 82,457,000 people lived in households where one or more people were on Medicaid. 49,073,000 lived in households were someone got food stamps. 23,228,000 lived in households where one or more got WIC. 20,223,000 lived in households where one or more got SSI. 13,433,000 lived in public or government-subsidized housing.

http://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/teren ... fit-takers







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Re: Indisputably Stupid

Post by The57ironman » Sat Oct 06, 2012 3:59 am

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Re: Indisputably Stupid

Post by Slith » Tue May 22, 2012 12:05 am

Biggest oxymoron ever. We love our planet. Depressing vid Iron, but so true :evil:

Re: Indisputably Stupid

Post by Lucidlemondrop » Mon May 21, 2012 11:55 pm

I have been astonished that men could die martyrs for their religion -
I have shudder'd at it.
I shudder no more.
I could be martyr'd for my religion
Love is my religion
And I could die for that.
I could die for you.

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Woudn't that be cool?


I need some help guys..........

Re: Indisputably Stupid

Post by Phoenix rising » Mon May 21, 2012 11:30 pm

Cool tune, yeah pretty depressing stuff iron, may the purge be upon us :cry:

Indisputably Stupid

Post by The57ironman » Mon May 21, 2012 11:07 pm

......ain't it the truth..?


Published on May 21, 2012 by ChangeDaChannel
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