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Originally posted by 00nunya00
reply to post by frazzle
Okay, well I'm with you on that as one of our solutions. Yes, ending the Fed would be a good start, but we still can't afford to go right back to a huge defense budget, never-ending social programs, and ever-expanding government. Ending the Fed won't solve half our problems. Not that we shouldn't do it, but it's not the end-all be-all of solutions.edit on 17-5-2012 by 00nunya00 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by XPLodER
reply to post by Golf66
the childeren did not write the laws,
they did not spend the money
to "not care" what happens to them because of failed policies,
is cold and heartless
dont be a heartless person, childeren should not suffer for political ideology
A Tennessee man's problems paying child support aren't so surprising: He has 30 children with 11 different women.
Desmond Hatchett, 33, of Knoxville, is pleading with the state to help him pay for child support, citing the fact that he earns minimum wage. Hatchett made national news in 2009, when his tally stood at 21 children.
“I had four kids in the same year," he said. "Twice.”
The mothers of his children are supposed to get anywhere from $25 a month to $309 a month for help raising the children. The state takes half of Hatchett's paycheck to divide among the mothers of his children, but now Hatchett has petitioned the state to help him meet his obligations.
The children range in age from toddlers to 14 years old.