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Make sure you read to the bottom... An eye opener! (Or should be!)
These 11 States now have More People on Welfare than they do Employed!!! 2.
Last month, the Senate Budget Committee reports that in fiscal year 2012, between food stamps, housing support, child care, Medicaid and other benefits, the average U.S. Household below the poverty line received $168.00 a day in government support. What's the problem with that much support? Well, the median household income in America is just over $50,000, which averages out to $137.13 a day.
To put it another way, being on welfare now pays the equivalent of $30.00 an hour for 40 hour week, while the average job pays $24.00 an hour. 3.
A recent "Investor's Business Daily" article provided statistics from a survey by the United Nations International Health Organization: Percentage (%) of men and women who survived a cancer five years after diagnosis:
% of patients diagnosed with diabetes -received treatment within 6 months:
% of seniors needing hip replacement who received it within six months:
% referred to a medical specialist who see one within one month:
Number of MRI scanners (a prime diagnostic tool) per million people:
% of seniors (65+), with low income, who are in "excellent health":
And now…for the last statistic:
National Health Insurance?
Check the last set of statistics!!
The percentage of each past president's cabinet... who had worked in the private business sector...prior to their appointment to the cabinet.
You know what the private business sector is: a real-life business...not a government job.
Here are the percentages.
38% T. Roosevelt
50% F. D. Roosevelt
51% GH Bush
55% GW Bush
This helps explain the bias, if not the incompetence, of this current administration: ONLY 8% of them...have ever worked in private business!
Only eight percent---the least, by far, of the last 19 presidents!
And these people are trying to tell our corporations how to run their business?
How can the president of a major nation and society, the one with the most successful economic system in world history, stand and talk about business when he's never worked for one? Or about jobs when he has never really had one? And, when it's the same for 92% of his senior staff and closest advisers?
They've spent most of their time in academia, government, and/or non-profit jobs or as "community organizers."
New Caney 48 Dayton 26/FINAL
The years Stew had elite talent are the years he did his best work though. Dayton didn't have that kind of talent when you graduated and barely made the playoffs because of it, even though in the '00 season he still had kids like Lamar Mitchell on the roster. That was over 15 years ago, since then the game has changed. Dayton was notorious for playing kids both ways under Stewart, back then when it was mostly run-based offenses it worked. Crosby fans always complained that we didn't play kids both ways but "Dayton puts their best players on the field" and that's why we lost. They did it all the way down to the middle school level. What it did while you were winning with the studs is under-develop a whole generation of kids though. Now the studs are gone and even though you have more kids playing there's not a bunch of football depth that I saw Friday night. My son played against Dayton's freshman team last year and I think I counted Dayton playing 18 kids total. The kids that are studs in 7th grade in Dayton are the same ones that they lean on in 12th grade, nobody ever emerges due to player development. For instance, Dayton's qb #8 would probably be a D1 level receiver in Crosby. #1 and #7 would also, instead he's just a big kid who runs soft and all his deficiencies are highlighted by the bad/predictable the play-calling. There might have been more winning going on at other schools in SETX but Stewart was the best coach in the area given his situation IMO. Now instead of the best coach in the area Dayton probably has the 5th best coach in the district to go with an enrollment that's getting left behind. I know it probably isn't a popular thing to say but with all the talented guys that were clamoring for the Dayton job this offseason it's amazing y'all ended up with the guy y'all did. As you can see with Porter and BH it doesn't take long for the right guy to turn it around, they're taking schools that have been missing the playoffs for several years and making them relevant. The guy Dayton hired is going to take a team that was already relevant with a 20+ year playoff streak and go the other way with it.
22-5a after week 5
Vidor will have a very tough time defending PAM. Most of the complaints from Vidor fans on penalties, was the Vidor secondary grabbing on and holding for dear life on just about every pass play. They had major issues with the Nederland receiving corp, PAM might be a little speedier.