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Disaster declared: Cook Inlet salmon run nets designation

Posted: September 14, 2012 - 7:42am  |  Updated: November 27, 2012 - 7:42pm
Commercial setnet fishermen listen to a speaker in July during a rally in Kenai to protest closures in their fishery.  M. Scott Moon
M. Scott Moon
Commercial setnet fishermen listen to a speaker in July during a rally in Kenai to protest closures in their fishery.

Help may be on the way for local fishermen, however aid could take months to materialize. 

Acting Secretary of Commerce Rebecca Blank determined that three regions of the Alaska chinook salmon fishery qualified as disaster regions after reviewing information submitted by Gov. Sean Parnell. 

Parnell asked for disaster declarations on the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers in July and for the Cook Inlet in early August. 

The declaration paves the way for Congress to appropriate funding for the affected regions. If and when it does, the aid will be disbursed to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, which will provide assistance to affected communities. 

If Congress appropriates funding it will probably come with allocation instructions and a “best case scenario” for affected communities would be to see relief in three months, said Julie Speegle, spokesperson for NOAA.

“Its going to depend on some of the behind-the-scenes stuff ... it has been done in as quickly as 90 days,” she said. 

There is no standing fund for fishery disaster relief according to NOAA policy guideline documents. 

The commercial fishery failure is a first for the Cook Inlet, however, the Kuskokwim River is in its second year of a fishery resource disaster and the Yukon River is in its third. 

According to Blank’s letter the exact causes for poor chinook salmon returns are unknown but have caused a significant loss both in access to fisheries and anticipated revenue. 

“Commercial fishery failures can have cascading economic impacts on subsistence and sport fisheries,” according to the letter. “In addition, the Cook Inlet chinook salmon fishery supports an important sport fishery, which is one of the principal economic drivers for the local and regional economy.”

Senators Mark Begich, D-Alaska, and Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, released statements supporting the declarations as did Representative Don Young, R-Alaska. 

When Parnell submitted his disaster declaration Begich, Murkowski and Young wrote to the Department of Commerce expressing their support for the disaster declaration citing a drop in revenue of nearly 90 percent for the east-side setnetters in the Cook Inlet and a 50 pecent reduction for northern district fishermen. 

“Businesses dependent on recreational fishing are a principle driver of the economy in the Kenai and Susitna river drainages and both were severely impacted by the downturn of the chinook stocks,” they wrote. “Fishing closures and restrictions to ensure conservation of the stocks deprived these businesses a critical source of income, and residents a traditional and important source of food for their families.”

While today’s announcement came swifter than a similar fisheries disaster declaration decision in 2009, it can take more than a year for funds to be released according to the media release. 

 

Rashah Mcchesney can be reached at rashah.mcchesney@peninsulaclarion.com.

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RoadClosedToKenai
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RoadClosedToKenai 09/14/12 - 08:14 am
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Bailout

The New American Dream. Didn't you have a record year in 2011? Maybe you should get financial training from the Guvment, not money. Love the sign about 8 kids needing money for college, should be plenty of entitlements for you when they enroll. Get real people.

Aksportfishing
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Aksportfishing 09/14/12 - 08:40 am
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WTF

What about the guides and all the other fishing related industries on the Peninsula that have been effected. They are not getting a bailout and they all lost a ton of money. This is the Obama way every one "every one gets snowcones" win or loss.

There is a reason its called fishing not catching nothing is for sure in this industry. I dont feel tax payers should be bailing these people out they all have the ability to go get a differant kind of job. I bet the Goverment would even pay for retraining.

If you should teach a man to fish dont just give them some.

Sam Von Pufendorf
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Sam Von Pufendorf 09/14/12 - 09:07 am
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"The declaration paves the

"The declaration paves the way for Congress to appropriate funding for the affected regions. IF and when it does, the aid will be disbursed to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, which will provide assistance to affected communities."

“In addition, the Cook Inlet chinook salmon fishery supports an important sport fishery, which is one of the principal economic drivers for the local and regional economy.”

After actually r e a d i n g the article, I found that funds have not yet been appropriated by congress and that it is basically for the Kuskokwim and Yukon Rivers which have not enjoyed record seasons for the past several years. Lower Cook inlet is simply a footnote and IF they receive disaster relief, it would be minimal and distributed to many affected business as well.

cbeard
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cbeard 09/14/12 - 10:07 am
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Nature

It's hard for me to support these types of bailouts when the bad results are at the hand of nature. What would make me more comfortable with help from the government is if the money came from major polluters and companies that have caused hundreds of small disaster sites along Alaskan waterways, damaging wild fish stock.

Additionally, I hope that stories like these will encourage Alaskans to realize that in the 21st century you can't make a comfortable year-long living based on one season, whether or not its fishing, tourism, processing, logging, etc. etc. etc. This is why we need to invest to make our home communities better so that we have healthy local economies year-round that don't wilt like a leaf every September.

Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 09/14/12 - 10:21 am
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Sounds like more control

Sounds like more control placed by govt. in order to get people to ask for more govt. control & dependance on govt. for all needs now with the bad returns of salmon state wide.
I don't know whats causing this massive shortage in salmon, or the massive shortage in halibut or many other sea life which are harvested.
I do of course have my suspections of these seemingly epidimic conditions along with the many other disasters in the forms of virus's spreading world wide, but this is mainly due to my suspect nature about control freaks with their desire of forced dependance on the govt. by all peoples world wide.
I will add that you, we, have only begun to see this type of food shortage which will only get much more catastrophic as time goes by. The question is are these acts or shortages due to mankinds actions, or due to Gods actions against man due to our rejection of his covering hands of protection which we have asked for and brought on our selves? I believe that it's in part by mans genetic altering and intentional spreading of virus's, but i also believe that it's God allowing these things to happen as promised at the End of the Age of time, not the End of the World, but End of an Age.
We can blame commercial, sport or fishing guides for the problems, but with them being a state wide as well as global problem one must realize that it's probably not any certain one group to blame, nor is it the supposed global warming.
As i have stated before if we are at the End of the age, or dispensation of time as many ancient societies, over 89 have said 2012 is then disasters must increase globally.
Jesus answered his disciples question of when this end of the age would be and what would the signs of it's arrival be and Jesus answered them with a long list of signs to be looking for all found in Matthew 24; Mark 13; and Luke 21; along with his Love letter warning of tribulations for the end of days found in the Book of Revelation.
All of these mention a worsening of natural disasters along with wars by men seeking control culminating to the point of only 1/3rd of all life on earth and sea surviving. If we are at this end of the age then it also stands to reason that we are in the beginning stages of these things and it's not gonna get better for anyone or anything and the govts of men are not gonna be able to help, but will only cause more trouble from people who are dependant on govt. rather than God.
People in my opinion are depending and looking to a system of government of men that have never been able to help or sustain security for anyone for long periods of time and in fact only seek to control and thus the historic evidence that a life span of any nation before it falls is around 200 yrs and guess what folks, we're past that here in America.
History also shows that global power control has shifted from the East to the West about every 500 years and we are also past that time frame. These things we see happening world wide are signs of change and also signs that Gods word and promises are eternal and dependable to the last jot & tiddle until all that he has said will happen has happened.
So who are ya gonna listen to and who can you really depend upon, both now and for eternity, mans govt. or Gods?
Stop being the Sheeple of mans govt. and dependant on them as they could careless and only seek their own evil desires for control of others for evil gain & power as things are not gonna get better any where for anyone under mans rule.
Make no mistake folks i feel bad for the suffering of people that are dependant of fishing for a living, i'm also sorry for all the farmers nation wide whose crops have all failed due to drought & floods, but seeking help from the govt. is only going to bring about more pain and suffering while thet wait for something that will never come in a complete amount to really help anyone.

gfds98765
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gfds98765 09/14/12 - 10:52 am
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government big enough to give, can also take.

a government big enough to give you everything that you want, is also big enough to take away everything that you have.

when people realize that they can vote for themselves a government that will put a gun to the productive workers heads and take their money, civilized society will collapse.

lagopusmutus
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lagopusmutus 09/14/12 - 10:56 am
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Bailout???

I can't believe AK is looking for and accepting a handout/bailout from the US Government (the Feds!!!); via the Obama administration.

KenaiKardinal88
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KenaiKardinal88 09/14/12 - 11:52 am
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Another Bailout? How Stupid is That?

I guess liberal Democrats love spending taxpayer's money.

No bailout!

Sam Von Pufendorf
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Sam Von Pufendorf 09/14/12 - 12:47 pm
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lagopusmutus

The disaster relief is not given by the President, but voted on and granted by congress. There has not been relief granted as of this writing.
Relief may be given in the form of low interest loans and is not always a direct influx of "free money." Most disaster relief is in fact a series of low interest loans to help shore up a community or industry.

lkpomn912
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lkpomn912 09/14/12 - 03:50 pm
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don't be a fisherman for a

don't be a fisherman for a living.
and for those 8 kids going to college you want us to pay for, (the ones in the photo) may I suggest some majors that will lead to full time employment:
computer science
business administration
medicine
dental arts
geology
biology
chemistry
oil and minerals technology
and if all else fails, the West Coast School of Trucking.

I'll start paying your childrens college expenses as soon as I pay off my own childrens education bills and fully fund my retirement nest egg. Hold your breath!

smithtb
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smithtb 09/14/12 - 06:04 pm
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Natural Resources

Ikpomn912,

Of the 9 majors you listed, 5 of them lead to employment fields that directly depend on natural resources. Commercial fishing is no different. There are people in all of those fields right now that are collecting up to two years of unemployment compensation. I am no fan of government bailouts, but don't make it sound like these people are ignorant for choosing this profession. It paid for my college and business degree, and I have never taken one dime of unemployment or bailout money.

freedomlibertytruth
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freedomlibertytruth 09/15/12 - 02:27 pm
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everything single job depends directly on natural resources

natural resources are valuable assets that exist in the countries land, air, and seas.
Every single job, every single home, every single person depends directly on natural resources.
The difference in jobs is whether or not they are seasonal, temporary, or limited in any way by how many days a year that they can be operating and the person may be employed.

computer science = year round jobs
business administration = year round jobs
medicine = year round jobs
dentistry = year round jobs
geologist = year round jobs
biologist = year round jobs
chemistry = year round jobs
oil and minerals technology drilling/mining = year round jobs

a fish that swims into the river once a year for a short period of time, does not provide a continuous unending year round source of employment. Since it is totally controlled by the state and feds, and is often limited, extended, or eliminated by people who are not locals; it's a gamble that it will be a steady source of reliable income. (if it was up to locals, I'd kick the others out and let locals fish their hearts out!)

Using this temporary unreliable income to provide a college business degree, is an intelligent use of the job.
(which was on 'flaming cats' list by the way). just a guess but you did not have a wife, 8 kids, house, huge debt at the time either. Congratulations on being a self-reliant citizen. Now that you have a business degree: do you work full time at a regular job with a normal paycheck? I suspect that you were smart enough to do so, and put some money away, and invest in a retirement system. That would be clever of you.

do make sure you keep up your prosperity, as you are going to have to pay for those fisherman and their families through your stolen personal profits and the profits of other Alaska profitable businesses (tax dollars.) And don't say that you will not be supplementing locals as you don't pay state taxes. The article says they will get federal tax money.

Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 09/15/12 - 04:16 pm
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Make no mistake every job is

Make no mistake every job is hanging by the skin of our False teeth with the almost completed Fundamental Hope and Change to Believe in that Obama promised America as well as ALL the World.
If you really think you have a lock on security from economic troubles in the work you do then you need to grab hold of your head and yank it out into the sunshine and reality of there is no security in the world any longer due to the governments of men, no matter what job you do.
Every thing is electronic now and controlled by others with almost every one of us standing on the out side looking in as they do exactly what they want to further restrict our freedoms and independance.
At any second the appointed day for them to pull the plug on the electronic banking system could come and you thought the 777 point stock market fall was bad, you ain't gonna keep any of you investments in their system and will become yet another dependant on govt for any hope in their hopelessness.
Go ahead bad mouth OUR LOCAL fishermen and other ALASKANS that are struggling, but remember your next and it's not a matter of IF, but WHEN your time will come, and it will come to every single person on earth very soon.
Do you people really think that the world conditions, troubles, both economically world wide or rumors of WWIII will get better any time soon? They will not get better and all the world will follow down the same road the European Union is on and the Middle East. We are not amune to troubles no matter what jobs we have and think we are secure and we had better start preparing to help others instead of condemn them for who or what they are or what they do for a living or how many kids they have. THERE IS NO SECURITY FOR ANYONE OUT SIDE GODS PLANS, NOW OR LATER.

drjofak
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drjofak 09/15/12 - 06:58 pm
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Lots of nuts and whiners

These stories on the commercial salmon/Kenai king fishery bring out an assortment of whiners, nuts and fools like no other topic in this newspaper. Get a little perspective people. Every action by government in the form of relief and support does not signal the imminent surrender of all rights by the collective citizenry. And for those of you who overlook the fact that such relief is through congressional appropriation, not President Obama acting unilaterally, it must be said that your obsession with Obama is starting to border on clinical mental illness. Such aid has been given since the establishment of the Republic. If you are this spun out now, I don't want to think how crazy you will be during the next four years of his presidency. As for the commercial fishers, your industry has always been up and down. It's a rare season when price, fishing time or buyers don't screw you. The government no longer has the unlimited resources to bail you out every time there is a downturn. Time to look for off season work, as most local fishers have. A night class in personal finance and civics for everyone involved in this comment section would not be out of order. And lastly, for the religious nuts that insist on lecturing us on their view of god's plan on every topic from the price of gas to salmon escapment goals, how about considering prayer, silent prayer.

gfds98765
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gfds98765 09/15/12 - 11:51 pm
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independent, conservative whiners, nuts, fools

I'm looking for something that started when the 'republic' started, say around 1776.

Welfare system started in 1930
Unemployment benefits started in 1932
Social security started on 1935
Free housing act started in 1937
Food stamps started in 1939
Free school lunches started in 1946
Medicare started in 1965

Since the middle 1980s, entitlement programs have accounted for more than half of all federal spending.

a list of federal benefit programs.

Federal Agency and Number of Benefits programs

Barry Goldwater Scholarship Foundation
1
Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation
4
Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
1
James Madison Fellowship Foundation
1
Library of Congress
1
National and Community Service
3
National Endowment for the Arts
1
Railroad Retirement Board
1
The Udall Foundation
3
U.S. Department of Agriculture
33
U.S. Department of Commerce
7
U.S. Department of Defense
1
U.S. Department of Education
30
U.S. Department of Energy
2
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
96
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
16
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
31
U.S. Department of Justice
4
U.S. Department of Labor
27
U.S. Department of State
5
U.S. Department of the Interior
12
U.S. Department of the Treasury
20
U.S. Department of Transportation
1
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
63
U.S. Office of Personnel Management
7
U.S. Small Business Administration
8
U.S. Social Security Administration
17
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
1

But we who disagree with the left wing idealogy are the
“”assortment of whiners, nuts and fools.”” Here is a little “perspective” to counteract drjofak.

freedomlibertytruth
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freedomlibertytruth 09/16/12 - 12:27 am
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dissent, argue, debate, opine, be counted.

The debates in the comments section are bracing and thought provoking. The most informative tv news are the ones where they have libs, indies, and conservies all arguing. The truth starts sneaking out a little when they get going, let their masks slip, and get off script.

There are grown up words like dissenting opinion, or opposing beliefs, or divergent assertions. It must be mandatory leftist taking points straight out of ‘rules for radicals’ or Cloward & Piven that cause so many of you to write your commentaries using school yard words, you know the ones your yard-apes use. Those fifth grade ones like “whiney”. or my use of yard-apes.

It’s the demeaning insults that appear to cover for a serious lack of confidence in your own proposed belief system. Your stated position sometimes looks questionable when your best expression of your values reaches the level of…..’you’re a stooped whiner.’ or 'obama clinical mental illness' is that like 'bush derangement syndrome'? I simply don't care to evaluate your genuine point of view when you call me derogatory names. it is fun though? isn't it.

julie
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julie 09/16/12 - 06:47 am
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End Salmon Bycatch Petition

Still no one comments on the fact that the pollock trawlers are STILL fishing as they have not met their Salmon killing quota or in other words bycatch. They are killing chinook, chum, & silvers as they get to fish for pollock for Wal Mart until they meet their chinook killing quota! Well the chinook have passed by so trawlers won't get their quota and can continue fishing as they have done all through red, chum & now our devastated silver runs. Realize corporate Global conglomerate Hunter Dickinson (Pebble Mine) is in control of our fish, and ultimately our lives & livelihood. Please sign and forward to EVERYONE you know that fishes in any capacity this petition: http://signon.org/sign/end-salmon-halibut-bycatch
we have almost 1500 signatures!
We are going to talk with North West Pacific Fisheries Management Council in Oct.
for Facts: https://www.facebook.com/EndTrawlerSalmonBycatch

tuck16
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tuck16 09/17/12 - 01:16 pm
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Setnetters

They are not looking for a handout; they were told they could not fish this year, not that they went out and caught nil. If the government is going to deny them their way of life at the last minute, then they need to compensate them. If the gov. would have made up their minds before these people set up camp, hired people and bought supplies, then they could have avoided this.

gfds98765
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gfds98765 09/17/12 - 03:13 pm
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Tuck16 this is EXACTLY WHAT IS MEANT BY:

Tuck16 this is EXACTLY WHAT IS MEANT BY:

A government big enough to give you everything that you want, is also big enough to take away everything that you have.

The government SHUTS DOWN THE FISHING, ( takes away their ability to earn a living) then PUTS THEM ON GOVERNMENT HANDOUTS ( gives them what they want – a living)

Tuck16 you are right on target.

The article above writes:
““Fishing closures and restrictions to ensure conservation of the stocks deprived these businesses a critical source of income.....””

so does the government save the fish, or save the people?
how does it do both?

freedomlibertytruth
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freedomlibertytruth 09/18/12 - 11:26 am
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Bailout, how’s this for a bailout proposal

Bailout, how’s this for a bailout proposal

BHO introduced a bill on December 7th, 2007 in the U.S. Senate #S.2433 (110th) called, (and get ready for this)
Global Poverty Act of 2007.

“” A bill to require the President to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to further the United States foreign policy objective of promoting the reduction of global poverty, the elimination of extreme global poverty, and the achievement of Millennium Development Goal of reducing by one-half the proportion of people worldwide, between 1990 and 2015, who live on less than $1 per day.””

Status: Died (Reported by Committee)
http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/110/s2433

On the govtrack.us Congressional bills website you may see, read, and understand the truth about the One World President of the United States.

HE REQUESTED THE U.S. TO BAILOUT THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD.

gfds98765
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gfds98765 09/18/12 - 01:55 pm
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“I actually believe in REDISTRIBUTION”

“I actually believe in REDISTRIBUTION”
Barack Hussein Obama 10/19/98

At an October 19, 1998 conference at Loyola University BHO spoke and said government “TRICK” is figuring out how government needs to “pool resources” …” and hence facilitate some redistribution because I actually believe in redistribution.”

Hear it for yourself on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ge3aGJfDSg4

rwhobby
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rwhobby 09/19/12 - 01:55 pm
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Do you really think a bailout is the answer?

I have read everybody comment. I think we need to look at saving the fishery and make it more sustainable for the future generations. If we keep taking and taking there will be no fish for anybody. First we need to limit the number of guides on the river and make it drift boat only, which 70% of the guides do NOT live in the state of Alaska and make it Alaskan residences only. City of Kenai made the dipnet fishery a profit and all I see is new cop cars. What really got me was the city was looking for volunteers to clean up after they all have left, question why were these people not paid, the city of Kenai made a profit from the fishery.
It must be the new american way bailout, if we keep bailout out everybody who is going to bailout the United States?
The group of people I felt sorry for was the setnetters they were not aloud to fish, but 30,000 plus people from around the state came to dipnet. They trash are beaches and river banks and left their garbage on the streets and left town.
We need to stop bailout everybody when they have a bad year suck it up and move on!!!

lkpomn912
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lkpomn912 09/22/12 - 01:03 pm
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bailouts

America is the child of 60’s radical dreams, paid for by credit cards and bailouts. But look who has funded those unrealistic radical hippie dreams. Foreigners. You had to borrow from enemies to buy your fraudulent hippie-happy illusions in this country. Bailouts.

You sixties radicals – a suggestion – practice how to say “Yes Master” to your Chinese bosses. Lean how to bow properly to the owners of your countries debt. They will be coming to collect. Bailouts.

China, Japan, The United Kingdom, Brazil, Taiwan, Hong Kong. They own you, and yet strangely you still believe that YOU HAVE WON. You got your bailouts.

Congratulations, you won! Now try to get out of it without total collapse and self-annihilation.

Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 09/22/12 - 08:27 pm
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we can't be broke

I knew a woman many years back that had the idea that we can't be broke as we still had checks to write, and did so until we lost everything. It's much the same way with the thinking of many Americans wanting it all from the govt. with no real idea of who has to pay for it all, or caring, as all they know is that the world owes them a living and bygod they had better get it without any effort on their part or resposibility for earning it or paying for it somehow.

The OLD ADDAGE of it's alot eazier if someone else does it, as in pays my way FOREWARD has become the norm for america with the welfare state attitude thats drawing OUR Nation down to the pit of dispare and bankruptcy. One day the credit will dry up and no more checks can be written, then what?
I believe in helping people out, but not to the point of total support that would make them more dependant and less likely to help them selves support them selves.

It's like welfare that makes it more attractive for women, girls to not marry the fathers of their babies and marry the govt. programs which give them everything for making bad choices.

Can any of you folks see that America is a repeat of Rome and it's fall from world dominance due to the welfare mentality and the total giving up by those that work for a living, yet are taxed to death to the point of whats the use any longer?

GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS CAUSE FAILURES AND MORE GOVERNMENT DEPENDANCE BY THE PEOPLE, UNTIL GOVERNMENT HAS GAINED TOTAL CONTROL OF EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING, WHICH HISTORY SHOWS ALWAYS LEADS TO A MASSIVE KILLING OFF OF PEOPLE DUE TO GOVERNMENTS INABILITY TO PROVIDE FOR ALL DEPENDANCE WHEN NO ONE IS WORKING AT ANY LEVEL OF COMMERCE.

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