You should read all the facts before you make dumb... (
I would like to respond to your comments.
Obama is not giving any money to anyone.
President Obama announced to the UN Millennium Development Goals summit in September 2010 that the United States was changing its policy towards foreign aid. The President said the country would focus more on effectiveness, and make sure donated
food, medicine, and money
help countries get to the point where they no longer require such aid.
"Obama phones" as some people call them was a program started during the bush years.
That comment is true.
"Yea the hell with the rest of the world or anyone else who is poor huh?
Does anyone really believe that? I believe Americans for the most part are a very generous and caring people. The topic referred to the fact that Obama is an overspender to the point of putting our financial security in jepardy. We should be concerned. Shouldn't we? Maybe not so much for ourselves but for our children and their children.
Each state determines, partly based on federal guidelines, and partly determined by state prerogative, how much each recipients check will be worth. There are formulas that each state puts into place to make this process unbiased and objective, which generally involves determining your income, compensating for your particular expenses, and dividing by a certain factor. Typically, a person earning an income of $1,500 to $2,000 per month
-a level of income that would generally make a person with children or other dependents eligible for TANF-could expect to get a check for somewhere between $350 and $450 per month
Cash allowance benefits for financial assistance will also be state regulated and allowances paid will also vary based on different criteria. However, an average expectation can be placed on a family of 4 receiving up to $900 for their TANF allowance.
A basic average guideline for the food stamp program (SNAP) will show that an average family of 4 can expect an amount up to $500 per month for food stamps. These allowance benefits would be separate from any additional welfare benefits received such as child care, medical or utility assistance.
Allowance benefits vary in what is paid out to individuals or families for any of the welfare programs. As each state regulates their own SRS programs, payment allowances will vary from state to state based on geography, cost of living and employment/educational opportunities within that state.
Again, these figures are averages and not state specific.http://www.welfareinfo.org/payments/
"Yes that's the christian way.
Tell me what the Christian way is. Is that like the American way. These are basic propaganda terms that mean nothing.
Who could say anything bad about the Christian way or the American way? Problem is they don't have a definition. Also, the Christians do not have the market cornered on goodness, compassion, love, caring, etc. These traits existed long before Christ was born. They are also the basis of many other religions.There are more than 730 established religions in the world which are broken out into more the 3200 different sects. Other sources say there are 4200.
You should read all the facts
Obviously, you didn't take your own advice.