The Devil Disguises Himself As Tennessee Congressman Steven Fincher!
The Devil is darn crafty...disguising himself as so many evil folks, false prophets, and of course, politicians. Tennessee republican Steven Fincher has lots to say about food stamp recipients. Bye cherry picking his favorite parts of the bible, he reminds us that Jesus said the poor will always be with us, and that if a man shall not work, he shall not eat. So I guess those folks who are working and eligible for food stamps just need to work more, and well, their children should be strapped to machines like at the beginning of the industrial revolution. He constantly scolds congressmen when testifying that the government acts like it is their money when it is really the peoples money. So he is upset that the failed farm bill didn't cut food stamps in a great enough manner, while at the same time, refusing to support either a limit to farm subsidies for congressmen, or the elimination of farm subsidies for congressmen. Quite odd you say, but in fact, over a 12 year period, he received three and a half million in farm subsidies......did he forget that this was other peoples money? That sure is a lot of money that could be used to feed hungry children. So as you can see, the Devil found a good host to spread his gospel.....Sure hope that God has a special spot in hell for him and shuttles him there very soon.....
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Just completed 40 years of running and racing distances from 1500 meters to 50 miles. After 4 back surgeries, surgeries to both feet, having my knee and ankle broken after being hit by a truck, and having had meniscus surgery in 2011, I have limited my competitive running to races I can complete in an hour or less. I think I have used up all 9 of my running lives, so I am hoping to stay injury free for a few more years! My goal now is to try and run 4 days a week with two days of quality work, and to supplement that with three days a week of weights and bike intervals at the gym. The Combination of Year/Kilometers (40 plus years and over 110,000 kilometers) have enjoyed their full effect on me orthopaedically.