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2013-10-18 11:18:04 AM  
Does anyone here expect a guy with the name Tyrano Soros to be a republican shill?

/rhetorical
 
2013-10-18 11:21:50 AM  
They compared the U.S. to Nazi Germany? And we continue to allow them to live here?

/ship their asses to the third world
//their brood would fit in better over there
 
2013-10-18 11:25:52 AM  

LittleSmitty: pueblonative: LittleSmitty: pueblonative: I don't care how much this couple makes, exactly how in the hell are you able to parent when you can only give each kid one hour and fifteen minutes out of every day?  I'm suspecting the kids are more parents than the parents.

That is exactly what is happening. The older siblings care for the younger siblings, while the Mom takes care of the most recent crotchfruit.

The father works, but doesn't make enough money to support all of them, so they get by with donations from like minded idiots and whatever stipend they get from the show. The ONLY good thing I can say about this is they aren't on the public  dole.

If their house is considered a church and property tax free then, yes, they are on the dole.  They get out a fee that you and I and everybody responsible enough to own a home have to pay.

IIRC their house is considered a church, so I agree with you there. What I meant was they aren't on Welfare or SNAP or participating in programs usually associated with being on the public dole. I'd call what they are doing with their church/home more of a scam than being on the public dole, but potato/potatoe I guess


They're pooling their funds from a smaller segment of the public (their church group) but they are still allowing the public to take care of them.
 
2013-10-18 11:36:21 AM  

Tyrano Soros: Hickory-smoked: Tyrano Soros: Lochsteppe: Tyrano Soros: whosits_112: At this point, I don't give a flying fark what you conservative retards thing. You guys throw out hate and vitriol, and yet when you get some, you whine like a bunch of pussy cowards about how you are being attacked and "Oh you liberals are supposed to be kind and decent!"
fark you. fark them. fark you all.


Matthew 5:39

Leftover election troll says what?

You show me a single conservative evangelical Christian who actually practices turning the other cheek.  Show me now or GTFO.


No True Scotsman? Really?

That isn't how that fallacy works. If someone was to defend evangelicalism by discounting every poor example as not really-

Wait... you're doing this on purpose, aren't you?


Now ad hominem. Great. :)


You have the attention seeking mechanisms of a small child.
 
2013-10-18 11:39:46 AM  

Tigger: You have the attention seeking mechanisms of a small child.


Is this the part in the script where I cry?
 
2013-10-18 11:48:02 AM  

The My Little Pony Killer: LittleSmitty: pueblonative: LittleSmitty: pueblonative: I don't care how much this couple makes, exactly how in the hell are you able to parent when you can only give each kid one hour and fifteen minutes out of every day?  I'm suspecting the kids are more parents than the parents.

That is exactly what is happening. The older siblings care for the younger siblings, while the Mom takes care of the most recent crotchfruit.

The father works, but doesn't make enough money to support all of them, so they get by with donations from like minded idiots and whatever stipend they get from the show. The ONLY good thing I can say about this is they aren't on the public  dole.

If their house is considered a church and property tax free then, yes, they are on the dole.  They get out a fee that you and I and everybody responsible enough to own a home have to pay.

IIRC their house is considered a church, so I agree with you there. What I meant was they aren't on Welfare or SNAP or participating in programs usually associated with being on the public dole. I'd call what they are doing with their church/home more of a scam than being on the public dole, but potato/potatoe I guess

They're pooling their funds from a smaller segment of the public (their church group) but they are still allowing the public to take care of them.


And that would be completely voluntary on the part of the church as opposed to coming from the local or federal tax base. I'm OK with this. I fail to see how you can equate voluntary support from the church with being on the public dole.

I think they are idiots, but I don't see any issue with their fellow idiots supporting them as long as it's voluntary.
 
2013-10-18 11:49:50 AM  

Monkeyhouse Zendo: Don't be the Duggers... don't be the Duggers... don't be the Duggers... *click*


...god damn them so much


Who else would it be? Octomom is unmarried last I checked.
 
2013-10-18 11:58:39 AM  
My great-great grandparents had 26 children, of course this was in the early 1800's. I don't believe they would have had so many children in this day and age.
 
2013-10-18 12:11:42 PM  

Arkanaut: Monkeyhouse Zendo: Don't be the Duggers... don't be the Duggers... don't be the Duggers... *click*


...god damn them so much

Who else would it be? Octomom is unmarried last I checked.


But it would be awesome seeing her campaign for him too.  Just to see the look on his face.
 
2013-10-18 02:21:29 PM  
I am both repelled and endlessly entertained by Jim Bob. I honestly can't figure out if his IQ is 140 or 95. He is a religious mystery wrapped in a winnebago enigma.
 
2013-10-18 07:26:46 PM  

urbangirl: Am I alone in thinking there's some real live mental health issues here?  I mean, who wants to have 20 kids?

/serious


In the modern world no one.  Kids have gone from an economic plus to a family to an economic minus.  I also wonder why they are in Virginia, it's not even their state.
 
2013-10-18 09:14:01 PM  

LittleSmitty: The My Little Pony Killer: LittleSmitty: pueblonative: LittleSmitty: pueblonative: I don't care how much this couple makes, exactly how in the hell are you able to parent when you can only give each kid one hour and fifteen minutes out of every day?  I'm suspecting the kids are more parents than the parents.

That is exactly what is happening. The older siblings care for the younger siblings, while the Mom takes care of the most recent crotchfruit.

The father works, but doesn't make enough money to support all of them, so they get by with donations from like minded idiots and whatever stipend they get from the show. The ONLY good thing I can say about this is they aren't on the public  dole.

If their house is considered a church and property tax free then, yes, they are on the dole.  They get out a fee that you and I and everybody responsible enough to own a home have to pay.

IIRC their house is considered a church, so I agree with you there. What I meant was they aren't on Welfare or SNAP or participating in programs usually associated with being on the public dole. I'd call what they are doing with their church/home more of a scam than being on the public dole, but potato/potatoe I guess

They're pooling their funds from a smaller segment of the public (their church group) but they are still allowing the public to take care of them.

And that would be completely voluntary on the part of the church as opposed to coming from the local or federal tax base. I'm OK with this. I fail to see how you can equate voluntary support from the church with being on the public dole.

I think they are idiots, but I don't see any issue with their fellow idiots supporting them as long as it's voluntary.


Is it really that voluntary when you're doing it for the kids, whose parents just keep on popping them out?
 
2013-10-18 10:17:48 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: LittleSmitty: The My Little Pony Killer: LittleSmitty: pueblonative: LittleSmitty: pueblonative: I don't care how much this couple makes, exactly how in the hell are you able to parent when you can only give each kid one hour and fifteen minutes out of every day?  I'm suspecting the kids are more parents than the parents.

That is exactly what is happening. The older siblings care for the younger siblings, while the Mom takes care of the most recent crotchfruit.

The father works, but doesn't make enough money to support all of them, so they get by with donations from like minded idiots and whatever stipend they get from the show. The ONLY good thing I can say about this is they aren't on the public  dole.

If their house is considered a church and property tax free then, yes, they are on the dole.  They get out a fee that you and I and everybody responsible enough to own a home have to pay.

IIRC their house is considered a church, so I agree with you there. What I meant was they aren't on Welfare or SNAP or participating in programs usually associated with being on the public dole. I'd call what they are doing with their church/home more of a scam than being on the public dole, but potato/potatoe I guess

They're pooling their funds from a smaller segment of the public (their church group) but they are still allowing the public to take care of them.

And that would be completely voluntary on the part of the church as opposed to coming from the local or federal tax base. I'm OK with this. I fail to see how you can equate voluntary support from the church with being on the public dole.

I think they are idiots, but I don't see any issue with their fellow idiots supporting them as long as it's voluntary.

Is it really that voluntary when you're doing it for the kids, whose parents just keep on popping them out?


As far as I can tell, the people that provide monetary support to them approve of the lifestyle they chose. Now one might call that taking advantage of idiots, but if the idiots approve of said lifestyle and give them money, I call it voluntary. You can frame it as public assistance all you like, but I'm not playing the semantics game with you anymore.
 
2013-10-19 04:49:17 PM  

gremlin1: My great-great grandparents had 26 children, of course this was in the early 1800's. I don't believe they would have had so many children in this day and age.


Yeah, but  spreading out 26 kids between 16 great-great grandparents ain't so bad. They were averaging under  4 per couple!    :)

But seriously, we don't live in that world anymore. I'm going out on a limb and guessing they were agrarian? How many infants did they lose in the process? In our current civilization what these Quiverfulls are doing is at best insane and at worst aggravated child abuse. Parents get children taken away for far less than belonging and participating in weird breeding cults.
 
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