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4th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
June 25, 2011 3:20pm
 
"Smart Enough", I have been very very poor and more than for just one year. We were so poor that church mice use to leave food on our doorsteps. Growing up, we had no free clinics, no medicaid, no medicare, no nothing. My Dad was a farmer and did not make much money. If we got sick, Mama put us to bed and cared for us till we were well. in my first 18 years, the only time that I went to a doctor was to get vacinations for school and once when I contacted the mumps and there was no free clinic to go to. How many of those poor people have a tv, a washing machine, a car? We had no tv, a 10 year old car and Mama washed our clothes by hand. For a long time, we had an outhouse and no indoor facilities. We were so poor that I never had the money to date when I was in high school, I had to write in tiny tiny print on both sides of notebook paper, I had 2 pair of pants and 3 shirts and Mama made the shirts.

So, please don't give me that old whiny crap "I wish you could be poor for just one year"...that's a huge problem these days...everyone feels entitled to goodies from the Government.
     
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