Happy Obama Day

Dear John,

I understand your situation, and thank God that you are still around to fight the good fight.

For each story like yours, though, I can tell four stories about men who were killed, intentionally, by jew medicine, like my own father who was killed in a VA hospital as the result of a SIMPLE operation that went wrong, my father-in-law who met a similar fate in an American hospital in Panama, and my good friends Dr. Daniel Amneus and Willie Martin who would still be alive had they taken my advice to get private health care rather than stick with the government-sponsored care they died early from.

“social security” was already a fraud before obamabanananiggercare, as two thirds of this “retirement” fund was already paid to those who never contributed to it in the first place or who aren’t retired. I know illegal aliens who receive more social security “benefits” than the WHITE men who contributed to it AND are retired, yet if the AVERAGE White man who was forced to “contribute” to it had instead been able to put that amount into a simple bank account with an average interest rate over his career, he would now have $1.2 million in his own bank account (as the average German or average Japanese man now has):

Instead, that money is being used by government to sponsor the destruction of the White Race, as you know.

Sincerely,

John Knight

From: John Hansen [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2010 8:44 AM
To: Jacob Israel
Subject: Re: Happy Obama Day

I agree about the jew part but I’m not with you on the social programs.

John I would be DEAD now if not for veterans benefits. I had a bad and rapidly failing heart due to a bad aortic valve. I couldn’t even catch my breath when sitting still.

My heart couldn’t push enough to clear my lungs.

Now I can walk more than two miles a day on my treadmill and I lift weights – as I have for 55 years.

Without veterants benefits I would have had a max of 3 years to live and as an invalid all that time.

I’m not for unlimited welfare to mothers that just have babies to get more welfare – but if you had a need and couldn’t afford – I’d want to be there collectively for you.

I’m a pretty good jew fighter and you would have lost a patriot allie.

Those who hate social programs are my enemies and they are just as bad as the jews and niggers

And of course – a lot of them ARE jews.

John Hansen

The takers weigh down the makers

<<<<"According to the Federal Bureau of Economic Analysis, the share of total personal income in the United States that comes from government transfer programs — Social Security, Medicare, veterans’ benefits, unemployment compensation, etc. — has grown rapidly over the past six decades, from 5.9 cents of every dollar in 1950 … to 17.3 cents in 2009. In addition, according to BEA, another 9.8 cents of every dollar went, in 2009, to salaries for state, local and federal government employees, a figure that does not include costs of fringe benefits. In other words, more than a quarter of all personal income in the United States is paid for with tax dollars.">>>>

I predicted that the train would hit the wall in 2003. What I didn’t count on was China and Saudi Arabia getting into the act and loaning us trillions of dollars so we can continue our downward spiral. If no other country jumps into the fray, the train hits the wall in 2012.

India doesn’t have much money, but they are a large country and if they decided to follow China and Saudi Arabia, the train won’t hit the wall until 2013, or the latest 2014.

This is without obamabanananiggercare. If we actually attempt to fund it, this year is our last hurrah:

http://fathersmanifesto.net/personalsavings.htm

http://fathersmanifesto.net/debt.htm

John Knight

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Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2010 6:51 AM
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Subject: Re: The takers weigh down the makers

I suppose that all depends on how long the Fed and the US government can con the rest of the world into supporting same.

Bear

— On Tue, 4/6/10, Pat Hayes <phayes9402> wrote:

From: Pat Hayes <phayes9402>
Subject: The takers weigh down the makers
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The takers weigh down the makers

Examiner Editorial
April 4, 2010

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once said, “The problem with socialism is that sooner or later you run out of other peoples’ money to spend.” (Lefteris Pitarakis/AP file)

Here’s a question of vastly more than theoretical importance to current and coming generations of Americans: How much longer can the U.S. economy continue to produce enough wealth to sustain a growing class of people who depend on government for some or all of their daily necessities? To pose the question another way: Are we nearing a point when there are no longer enough taxpayers to support all of the tax consumers in America?

Such questions become increasingly important as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, federal civil service retirement, and legions of state and local pension funds approach their days of reckoning as millions of retiring baby boomers demand far more benefits than those programs have been prepared to pay out. And don’t forget the growing share of personal income that is derived from government transfer payments such as unemployment, veterans benefits, and the like.

If these ruminations sound ominous, they should. Consider this analysis by former Washington Post reporter Thomas Edsall, which appeared recently in the Atlantic: "According to the Federal Bureau of Economic Analysis, the share of total personal income in the United States that comes from government transfer programs — Social Security, Medicare, veterans’ benefits, unemployment compensation, etc. — has grown rapidly over the past six decades, from 5.9 cents of every dollar in 1950 … to 17.3 cents in 2009. In addition, according to BEA, another 9.8 cents of every dollar went, in 2009, to salaries for state, local and federal government employees, a figure that does not include costs of fringe benefits. In other words, more than a quarter of all personal income in the United States is paid for with tax dollars."

As it happens, the Heritage Foundation’s Index of Dependency on Government measures the relationship between net taxpayers and tax consumers, using 1980 as its baseline year with a value of 100 and reaching back to 1962. Heritage noted last month that the Dependency Index now stands at 240, up three points from 2007. It has grown 31.2 percent since 2001 when it stood at 183. Most worrisome, Heritage says, "the rapid growth of the index has been accompanied by a rapid increase in the percentage of tax filers who pay no taxes. That percentage jumped from 21.3 percent in 1980 to 34 percent in 2008." These trend lines remind us of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s trenchant observation: "The problem with socialism is that sooner or later you run out of other peoples’ money to spend."