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Happy_Day said...

I have a late model Honda because I worked 2 jobs to pay for it. I also "did the right thing" by taking in my niece's 2 kids when she went to jail. Im lucky if I have $50 a week to feed them because the good ole government won't help me provide for the extra mouths to feed. Why because I am related to them & make a whopping $30,000 a year which means I make too much to qualify for food stamps for the 4 mouths to feed. Also if I wasn't family I could get support for them as foster kids. A lot of times the people you refer to have foster kids & get not only $600-$1000 a month but food stamps for each kid they have. Maybe that pays for that nice car they drive.

February 21, 2011 at 8:40 a.m.
Happy_Day said...

Lets not forget this BLACK MAN did kill this woman. Does anyone ever think about that? Hmmmm He took her from her kids, her family & not one time does he ever voice regret, remorse or anything like that. He only talks about how he was wronged, didn't get the right council, blah, blah blah..... You don't take a gun to an argument if you don't mean to use it. No one but Mr Edward Kendrick III put that gun in his hand, drove him to her job & put it in her face. He is only upset that he didn't get off with the perfect crime. If it were such an accident he wouldn't have drove off & threw it out the window. Anyone who has watched enough CSI, 1st 48 or hell even Dateline could see guilt all in that action.
While the good Lord is guiding let Him guide Edward to admit to what he did wrong & accept what punishment he has received. His children did nothing & received the ultimate in punishment by losing their mother.

February 14, 2011 at 9:06 a.m.
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