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Old 01-10-2014, 10:01 AM  
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WASHINGTON -- Weeks after Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) made headlines for suggesting low-income students sweep cafeteria floors to learn there's "no such thing as free lunch," Savannah TV station WSAV 3 looked at the "free lunches" Kingston himself has received as a member of Congress.

There's no precise way to count the number of lunches Kingston has enjoyed on taxpayer dollars, but the station took a look at expense reports and disclosures to uncover staggering figures from the congressman's three years in office.

According to the station's investigation, Kingston and his staff have expensed $4,182 worth of "meals for business purposes," and recorded $4,289.33 in free meals from third-party interest groups, including the Congressional Institute and the Georgia Bankers Association.

As a member of the House Appropriations Committee, Kingston has traveled to four continents, racking up $24,313 in per diem allowances. While the allowances were allotted for more than just lunch money, midday meals were included.

When WSAV 3 asked Kingston whether he believes members of Congress "work hard," the congressman "defended his work ethic," saying he works 60 hours to 70 hours a week.

"That's what representative democracy is about, is members going to Washington, but coming home and answering the tough questions," Kingston told the station.

Beyond taxpayer dollars, Kingston has enjoyed many free meals on the campaign trail. WSAV 3 reported $145,391.26 in expensed meals and catering for campaign events, $26,066.45 of which was charged at the Republican Club of Capitol Hill, an exclusive, members only venue.
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Old 01-10-2014, 05:41 PM   #61
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It costs about $240,000 to raise a child to 18. If some mope can't afford to make house payments goes out and assumes almost a quarter million dollar liability over 18 years why the **** should I feel sorry for them? If they blew that money on a car we'd be morally ****ing outraged that this shit heel blew the cash and came back to the state with a sob story demanding financial support. The**** is wrong with people?
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Old 01-10-2014, 05:41 PM   #62
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Old 01-10-2014, 05:42 PM   #63
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It costs about $240,000 to raise a child to 18. If some mope can't afford to make house payments goes out and assumes almost a quarter million dollar liability over 18 years why the **** should I feel sorry for them? If they blew that money on a car we'd be morally ****ing outraged that this shit heel blew the cash and came back to the state with a sob story demanding financial support. The**** is wrong with people?
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Old 01-10-2014, 05:55 PM   #64
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Yeah, I don't think kindergartners would be much help anyway.

Your caste system comment is why I don't think it's a particularly good idea, but I'm not sure it's that much different than having kids get food for free when all the other kids have to bring their lunch money.
I don't think many kids actually bring lunch money anymore. It's all electronic accounts now so that isn't really an issue.
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Old 01-10-2014, 05:57 PM   #66
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I believe his point was that the rich kids' parents paid. From the children's vantage point, rich kids don't have to work but poor kids do. Not because of any action of their own, but dependent on what class of family they were born into.

Kids from lower economic classes have a hard time anyway. I was one growing up. I used to get picked on because I couldn't afford Nike or Reebok shoes, or acid washed jeans, or Hypercolor shirts, or a walkman. I can't imagine having to do poor kid cleanup in front of other kids, just because my single mom was bad with finances.
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Old 01-10-2014, 06:00 PM   #67
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It costs about $240,000 to raise a child to 18. If some mope can't afford to make house payments goes out and assumes almost a quarter million dollar liability over 18 years why the **** should I feel sorry for them? If they blew that money on a car we'd be morally ****ing outraged that this shit heel blew the cash and came back to the state with a sob story demanding financial support. The**** is wrong with people?
You're supposed to feel sorry for the kid who was born into the mess, you ****ing moron.
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Old 01-10-2014, 06:08 PM   #68
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You're supposed to feel sorry for the kid who was born into the mess, you ****ing moron.
If feeling sorry fixed it this wouldn't be a problem. If status quo worked this wouldn't be a problem. I know generational dependency is the goal the progressive agenda and those dependent on the state aren't interested in solutions so they have effectively busted my give a damn. I pay my taxes, they get their cash and the world turns. Kids remain the standard pawn in the progressive dependency agenda. Can't get something done? Invoke women and children.
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If feeling sorry fixed it this wouldn't be a problem. If status quo worked this wouldn't be a problem. I know generational dependency is the goal the progressive agenda and those dependent on the state aren't interested in solutions so they have effectively busted my give a damn. I pay my taxes, they get their cash and the world turns.
So...**** the kids whose parents can't pay to feed them. Maybe "feel sorry for" isn't the right term, but you would have to be ****ing sociopath to not see the issue, and maybe care a little about it.
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I don't think many kids actually bring lunch money anymore. It's all electronic accounts now so that isn't really an issue.
And isn't that some bullshit? At our school you cannot pay with cash Kid has to go to the office, hand over cash and they apply it to the kids balance. What a crock of shit
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And isn't that some bullshit? At our school you cannot pay with cash Kid has to go to the office, hand over cash and they apply it to the kids balance. What a crock of shit
I completely understand why they don't want cash transactions floating around at various points... but in that case they should provide a simple kiosk for the students to add cash to their account.
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So...**** the kids whose parents can't pay to feed them. Maybe "feel sorry for" isn't the right term, but you would have to be ****ing sociopath to not see the issue, and maybe care a little about it.
Recognize that kids with parents who don't provide for them are a fact of life and no amount of feelsorryforthem is going to fix it. The Congressman in the OP is talking about how to help them, not about how to cut them off so they starve in the streets. Maybe he's been moved by stories or personal experience with poor kids who made good, in part at least, by developing a good work ethic.
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Recognize that kids with parents who don't provide for them are a fact of life and no amount of feelsorryforthem is going to fix it. The Congressman in the OP is talking about how to help them, not about how to cut them off so they starve in the streets. Maybe he's been moved by stories or personal experience with poor kids who made good, in part at least, by developing a good work ethic.
Not sure what all this BS about, but if a kid is hungry, you feed them. Don't ostracize them and make them do chores at school that luckier kids don't have to do. It's not complicated.
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Son, your shit is weak. That was your way to demonstrate your stupid claim? Really? You need to stay in the kids rooms and avoid discussions that involve adults. I halfway expected some real examples and actual effort on your part. If you got this sort of effort from a student you would grade it a D.

Or wait. You would give the lazy little shit an A. Modern teaching says no one fails!!


You can't even talk smack...let alone talk shit. talk about weak. Stewart eviscerated the GOP with their own words. It was classic, and 100% dead on.

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Not sure what all this BS about, but if a kid is hungry, you feed them. Don't ostracize them and make them do chores at school that luckier kids don't have to do. It's not complicated.
You are wasting your breath; these are people who don't give a shit about anyone but them and theirs. Fugg everyone else...is their motto.
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