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Farms Too Tough for the Kids

majer Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 10:54 AM
You ask if making kids lazy, unprepared, and dependent is the game plan. Of course it is. In a socialist/communist country, the people must be dependent on the State. This is also why Obama is going after the Catholic Church. His policies will expand to include other religions as well. You can't have people whorshipping a god other than the State. This attack on the church is the first shot fired in an intentional effort to eliminate religion. If this man is re-elected, America is finished.
topknot Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 12:24 PM
This is so sad the way Obummer has and still is taking over our lives and the lives of our children. No Obummer never had to work he lived off welfare at our expense. He never had to work for his grades in college as it shows with his poor grades. We have to get him out of office before he gives away the rest of our country. Vote,Vote him out.
Jerome49 Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 12:03 PM
I wish to hell this administration would make up its mind. One day kids are too fat, don't get enough execcise and spend all their time watching TV or playing computer games. The next day, it's "farm kids are being abused with hard work". I grew up in a rural area and went to school with lots of kids that lived and worked on family farms. There weren't any fat ones.

"I do not believe there ever was any life more attractive to a vigorous young fellow than life on a cattle ranch in those days. It was a fine, healthy life, too; it taught a man self-reliance, hardihood, and the value of instant decision...I enjoyed the life to the full."

- Theodore Roosevelt

The plan to break down the American can-do spirit and replace it with the notion we can only achieve as a collective overseen by the government is focusing more and more on the youth of America. When I was growing up, I used to hate our visits to...