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Terrier mix, female, "Marma," missing near F.M. 427/C.R. 537, 30 lbs., orange/red medium length fur, can be extremely shy. Call or text if seen, 210-440-3889.

VideoReward! Trooper, gray and white male cat is missing from C.R. 429, Stockdale, he might have been accidentally transported off, missing since 11/13/2015. Call 512-629-2005.

VideoFound: Male Lab mix, light brown, neon orange collar (Reminton), St. Hedwig near Lubianski's Feed store. 210-859-1546.
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4th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
June 27, 2011 2:12pm
 
"Smart Enough"...Oh, I understand ok. It's you that do not understand the nature of people.

There are those that are poor cause they choose not to put forth any effort and they apply for every government program out there. And, once they get on the government dole you'll never get them off...then they think that they are entitled to the 'free' government help. At this point, they have absolutely no incentive to help support themselves. This group should be given 6 months at their present level of government support, and then the 'free goodies' should be stopped.

Then, there are those that absolutely have no means to help themselves because of physical or mental conditions...these are the ones that I have absolutely no problem helping as much as possible.

Then, there are the illegal immigrants that come to the USA cause they know that many times they can get 'free' medical care, free schools, etc etc etc...these are goodies they can't get in their home country. Why should illegal immigrants be given free stuff?

And, then there is another class that are underemployed...this group should be helped to get job training, a better education and help support themselves for a relatively short time (maybe 1 to 2 years) until they can get that better job and be totally self supporting.

And, if I were poor for a year as you uncharitably wish, I would be able to lift my self up and adjust to my situation. I have done it before and I know how to do it. Being poor would only be a very very small road bump to me.

But, in the mood of charitability (since you wish I was poor for a year)..I wish you had a big old fat ugly boil on your butt for a year.
     
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