Landlord's and Neighbours React To Section 8 Housing..

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  1. SneakAtoke

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    [video=youtube;rOUuTohX9a4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOUuTohX9a4[/video]
    [video=youtube;3buGM6nT8nQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3buGM6nT8nQ[/video]
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    [video=youtube;9wq9o48MpPU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wq9o48MpPU[/video]
     
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    These moochers are a scourge on civilized humanity. I cannot fathom how programs like this still exist.
     
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    It's worse in England.
     
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    And they keep getting expanded.
     
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    Section 8 housing is a blight on neighborhoods.
    Just another reason for blacks not to even attempt getting a job.
     
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    And new leaches are created every day! :yay:

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    Teen pregnancies cost Florida taxpayers $443 million, study says



    By William Patrick | Florida Watchdog
    May 2, 2014 /


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    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Anyone who’s seen even a glimpse of the MTV reality show 16 and Pregnant knows that teen pregnancy is often traumatic and fraught with pain and uncertainty.


    Typical episode titles include, “Party girl with troubled past gets pregnant while her mom is in jail,” “All American girl gets pregnant from a one night stand,” and “Ex-party girl tries to get her stoner boyfriend to straighten up before their bundle of joy arrives.”
    But in human and economic costs, there’s little entertainment value when it comes to Florida’s more than 496,000 teen child births over the past two decades.
    According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, teens and their children are much more likely to have lower education, health and economic outcomes than those who wait to have children. As a result, taxpayers are on the hook for billions in related costs, according to a new study by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.
    Funded in part by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the study says Florida’s taxpayers contributed $443 million in teen childbearing costs in 2010, the most recent data available. Nationwide, taxpayers spent $9.4 billion.
    “In addition to improving the well-being of children, youth and families, reducing teen pregnancy also saves taxpayer dollars,” Sarah Brown, the nonprofit’s chief executive officer, said in a statement.
    It’s a subject that can ruffle politically correct feathers, and focusing on costs appears to be another way to address the problem.
    After controlling for differences in mothers’ characteristics, the study compared estimated costs for teen mothers participating in government assistance programs with mothers in their early twenties.
    Some of the programs considered in the analysis were Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and Supplemental Assistance for Needy Families. The latter two were formerly known as food stamps and child welfare, respectively.
    The good news is that births among 15 to 19-year-old girls has been cut nearly in half since 1991. Still, 17,125 children were born to teenage mothers in the Sunshine State in 2011, ranking Florida 25th among states.
    According to the federal Office of Adolescent Health, adolescents who have a baby are less likely to finish high school, are more likely to be poor as adults and are more likely to rely on public assistance than those who do not have a teen birth.
    Local governments in Florida received more than $4.8 million in federal grants to combat teen pregnancy, including $778,000 for Planned Parenthood. A $2.7 million abstinence grant was awarded to the Florida Department of Health.
    “If we reduce the rate of teen pregnancy, we’ll reduce the public costs of funding teen pregnancy,” Jessica Sheets Pika, spokesperson for the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, told Watchdog.org.
     
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    Would only be about 11 million if they all aborted.
     
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    SouthernListen I don't follow the crowd. Sorry about that. VIP

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    True success in life is knowing not to live crammed in with other people on tiny lots where any asshole can ruin you life.


















    and knowing when to use apostrophes!

    1. You take that gubmint money for rent, you take your chances.

    2. Keep thinking government is the solution to anything. See how that works out for ya.
     
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    Racist
     
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    "The rich must pay their fair share"... "Income equality"... Phrases for intellectual zombies.

    reduce spending... The only answer... These videos are proof
     
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    Not sure what that second video is proving other than white trash are no better than enwurds. Even though that kid wasn't seat-belted, that white women doing the video taping looks like the instigator here, unless I'm missing something.
     
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    I like all the veiled threats and pent up racism in the black chick.
     
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    You mean like this...RIGHT?

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    many rich people and many large corps don't pay there fair share, and if they were made to pay their fair share, then many other rich(and middle class and small business) could pay much less. and that would cause the economy to zoom. why should a billion $ corps pay less % than a local struggling pizza shop? if people like howard had their taxes cut in half, he wouldn't use 1 dime of the savings to pay (JD) more or hire more(jackie chaiir), but most small business guys would. which would cause their profits to go up, salaries to go up, spending at other bizs to go up, and tax revenue overall to go up.
    <br> spending is not the problem, wasteful spending is. sometimes spending more is best.
    <br> don't complain about sec 8, buy crummy houses/apts and do the bare minimum and get a guaranteed check. the gain far outweighs the risk
     
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    You are missing something.
     
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    And who exactly determines what that is?
     
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    ? The same people who determine what is is now, congress and the pres
    I think it should be a flat 15% for everyone, exempting the first $15K for everyone
     
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    Bunch of racists on here.
     
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    which video is about Dave?