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2 months ago  ::  Jul 16, 2017 - 2:32PM #31
MajorYankFan
Posts: 22,854

Jul 16, 2017 -- 1:42PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Jul 14, 2017 -- 12:46PM, MAX wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 7:10AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:

While driving yesterday I was listening to Michael Medved on the radio and he brought up something I found extremely interesting.  The things he said were obvious to anyone but I didn't realize the impact was so profound.  There is a formula to staying out of poverty and it has to be completed in sequence.
1. Graduate High School
2. Get a job
3. Get married
4. Have children
Americans that follow that formula have a 96% chance of staying out of poverty.
Those raised in poverty that follow that formula have a 86% chance of emerging from and staying out of poverty.
Arguments are made about culture, race, values, etc. but the numbers show that no matter where you come from if you follow those simple steps in sequence you and your family will not be poor.





That sounds like an episode from "Leave it to Beaver." In the real world having children (more mouths to feed) may lead to poverty if someone isn't already born into poverty. The same can be said for getting married. While graduating HS helps, it's no guarantee that it will be enough of an education in today's world to escape poverty. Some other people don't have the smarts to graduate HS. Those folks can learn a trade. But again it's no guarantee. Granted, learning a trade or getting the most education possible lessens the chance of living in poverty, but that has to be combined with people living within their means and being responsible. Hence, #3 and #4 shouldn't be on that list. But the post above does make a good case for why higher state education and trade schools should be tuition free for those who can't afford it.    




you support poverty by electing anti family and pro abortion democrats all so you can go fill your tummy at some tax evading steak house, how many poor could you have fed on that steak dinner?  HOW MANY????




Comrade Art Marx, like all con artists, is a big supporter of


supply-side socialism: redistribution of wealth from poor


babies and their families to the rich.


Image result for john fugelsang poverty quotes


2 months ago  ::  Jul 17, 2017 - 10:39AM #32
MAX
Posts: 33,370

Jul 16, 2017 -- 1:42PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Jul 14, 2017 -- 12:46PM, MAX wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 7:10AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:

While driving yesterday I was listening to Michael Medved on the radio and he brought up something I found extremely interesting.  The things he said were obvious to anyone but I didn't realize the impact was so profound.  There is a formula to staying out of poverty and it has to be completed in sequence.
1. Graduate High School
2. Get a job
3. Get married
4. Have children
Americans that follow that formula have a 96% chance of staying out of poverty.
Those raised in poverty that follow that formula have a 86% chance of emerging from and staying out of poverty.
Arguments are made about culture, race, values, etc. but the numbers show that no matter where you come from if you follow those simple steps in sequence you and your family will not be poor.





That sounds like an episode from "Leave it to Beaver." In the real world having children (more mouths to feed) may lead to poverty if someone isn't already born into poverty. The same can be said for getting married. While graduating HS helps, it's no guarantee that it will be enough of an education in today's world to escape poverty. Some other people don't have the smarts to graduate HS. Those folks can learn a trade. But again it's no guarantee. Granted, learning a trade or getting the most education possible lessens the chance of living in poverty, but that has to be combined with people living within their means and being responsible. Hence, #3 and #4 shouldn't be on that list. But the post above does make a good case for why higher state education and trade schools should be tuition free for those who can't afford it.    




you support poverty by electing anti family and pro abortion democrats all so you can go fill your tummy at some tax evading steak house, how many poor could you have fed on that steak dinner?  HOW MANY????




At least that money went towards food. Next time you want to pee money away gambling in Vegas donate to an orphanage instead or to an unwed mother so she can afford to have her baby and won't get an abortion. 

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2 months ago  ::  Jul 17, 2017 - 1:40PM #33
ArtVandelay
Posts: 27,040

Jul 17, 2017 -- 10:39AM, MAX wrote:


Jul 16, 2017 -- 1:42PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Jul 14, 2017 -- 12:46PM, MAX wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 7:10AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:

While driving yesterday I was listening to Michael Medved on the radio and he brought up something I found extremely interesting.  The things he said were obvious to anyone but I didn't realize the impact was so profound.  There is a formula to staying out of poverty and it has to be completed in sequence.
1. Graduate High School
2. Get a job
3. Get married
4. Have children
Americans that follow that formula have a 96% chance of staying out of poverty.
Those raised in poverty that follow that formula have a 86% chance of emerging from and staying out of poverty.
Arguments are made about culture, race, values, etc. but the numbers show that no matter where you come from if you follow those simple steps in sequence you and your family will not be poor.





That sounds like an episode from "Leave it to Beaver." In the real world having children (more mouths to feed) may lead to poverty if someone isn't already born into poverty. The same can be said for getting married. While graduating HS helps, it's no guarantee that it will be enough of an education in today's world to escape poverty. Some other people don't have the smarts to graduate HS. Those folks can learn a trade. But again it's no guarantee. Granted, learning a trade or getting the most education possible lessens the chance of living in poverty, but that has to be combined with people living within their means and being responsible. Hence, #3 and #4 shouldn't be on that list. But the post above does make a good case for why higher state education and trade schools should be tuition free for those who can't afford it.    




you support poverty by electing anti family and pro abortion democrats all so you can go fill your tummy at some tax evading steak house, how many poor could you have fed on that steak dinner?  HOW MANY????




At least that money went towards food. Next time you want to pee money away gambling in Vegas donate to an orphanage instead or to an unwed mother so she can afford to have her baby and won't get an abortion. 




gluttony!

2 months ago  ::  Jul 17, 2017 - 3:39PM #34
MajorYankFan
Posts: 22,854

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2 months ago  ::  Jul 17, 2017 - 4:19PM #35
ArtVandelay
Posts: 27,040

Jul 17, 2017 -- 3:39PM, MajorYankFan wrote:





MORE FAKE NEWS FROM OUR RESIDENT CRAZY PERSON....  SAD...

2 months ago  ::  Jul 17, 2017 - 5:22PM #36
Carp
Posts: 4,977

Jul 2, 2017 -- 11:54PM, davis2 wrote:


Jul 1, 2017 -- 6:19PM, NW wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 12:06PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 12:01PM, bulldogg wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 11:55AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 11:54AM, bulldogg wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 9:52AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 7:10AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:

While driving yesterday I was listening to Michael Medved on the radio and he brought up something I found extremely interesting.  The things he said were obvious to anyone but I didn't realize the impact was so profound.  There is a formula to staying out of poverty and it has to be completed in sequence.
1. Graduate High School
2. Get a job
3. Get married
4. Have children
Americans that follow that formula have a 96% chance of staying out of poverty.
Those raised in poverty that follow that formula have a 86% chance of emerging from and staying out of poverty.
Arguments are made about culture, race, values, etc. but the numbers show that no matter where you come from if you follow those simple steps in sequence you and your family will not be poor.



you are obviously racist, homophobic and a binary gender facist...  the key to staying out of poverty is government programs, single payer healthcare and a $15/hour living wage...  you are obviously flaunting your white male privilege...




well Art's beginning to see the light,some people work very hard but they never get it right...now Art's beginning to see the light 




thank you - how many refugees are you letting into your home?  can I put you down for 6?




yea  6 is good but first i gotta ask my old lady she's kinda funny about that




Everybody funny, now you funny too




I'll drink to that.  One bourbon, one scotch, one beer.



Great song! I saw George in Utica, NY less than a week after my house burned in 1988. Luckily I kept the tickets in my wallet...




Utica is getting hammered by weather... about to go through it's second round of floods.  Are you still near there?

So much for ghosts and mystique and aura... All we have left are Steinbrenners.
2 months ago  ::  Jul 17, 2017 - 5:40PM #37
bulldogg
Posts: 169

Jul 17, 2017 -- 5:22PM, Carp wrote:


Jul 2, 2017 -- 11:54PM, davis2 wrote:


Jul 1, 2017 -- 6:19PM, NW wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 12:06PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 12:01PM, bulldogg wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 11:55AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 11:54AM, bulldogg wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 9:52AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 7:10AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:

While driving yesterday I was listening to Michael Medved on the radio and he brought up something I found extremely interesting.  The things he said were obvious to anyone but I didn't realize the impact was so profound.  There is a formula to staying out of poverty and it has to be completed in sequence.
1. Graduate High School
2. Get a job
3. Get married
4. Have children
Americans that follow that formula have a 96% chance of staying out of poverty.
Those raised in poverty that follow that formula have a 86% chance of emerging from and staying out of poverty.
Arguments are made about culture, race, values, etc. but the numbers show that no matter where you come from if you follow those simple steps in sequence you and your family will not be poor.



you are obviously racist, homophobic and a binary gender facist...  the key to staying out of poverty is government programs, single payer healthcare and a $15/hour living wage...  you are obviously flaunting your white male privilege...




well Art's beginning to see the light,some people work very hard but they never get it right...now Art's beginning to see the light 




thank you - how many refugees are you letting into your home?  can I put you down for 6?




yea  6 is good but first i gotta ask my old lady she's kinda funny about that




Everybody funny, now you funny too




I'll drink to that.  One bourbon, one scotch, one beer.



Great song! I saw George in Utica, NY less than a week after my house burned in 1988. Luckily I kept the tickets in my wallet...




Utica is getting hammered by weather... about to go through it's second round of floods.  Are you still near there?




I'm near utica and with all the rain the hay will be late but the vegetation is quite lush and the temperture remains cool,so sleeping at night is easy and i watch the birds singing every morning,nature is truly on a rebound in central new york

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