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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

The 47 % .... 51 Children ....3 Fathers ... 28 Mothers

As soon as I saw that not so secret video of Romney making his remark about the 47 % I knew 2 things 1- he was right 2 - the ticks were not going to be happy. I will admit I had some concern with the numbers knowing there were a good many retired people within those ranks but the basic premise was spot on. That premise is that our society has far to many people that consider handouts to be a fine career choice. These same people are often quite busily creating even more drains on society and they will vote to continue and protect these handouts. That means an ever increasing number will vote democrat after all who would be willing to break their own rice bowl. I sat down and just for grins tried to figure out the cost of these 51 children. I am being kind when I assign the sum of 20,000 per year per child..... schooling ..... cash assistance stamps ....housing lunches ..... prison .... court costs .... etc. I am of course limiting these costs to just these children and am not continuing to extrapolate the cost of their children and so on to society. 20,000,000 at 20 years of public assistance for these 51 children. Anyone think I'm wrong ?

Wisconsin Judge Orders Deadbeat Dad Of Nine (With Six Women) To Stop Procreating

Meet Corey Curtis.

The Wisconsin man, who has fathered nine children with six women, was ordered yesterday to cease procreating until he can support his numerous offspring.

At Curtis’s sentencing yesterday for bail jumping and failure to pay child support, Circuit Court Judge Tim Boyle told the 44-year-old Racine man that his frequent breeding was to be curbed as a condition of his three-year probation term.

Curtis owes about $90,000 total in back child support and interest to the mothers of his children. Pictured in the above mug shot, Curtis will have to wipe out that debt before he can add heir number ten, ruled Boyle.

Court records show that Curtis has been arrested and charged with failure to pay child support on numerous occasions over the past 11 years. His rap sheet also includes convictions for passing bad checks, criminal damage, and burglary.

Previously, a Kentucky judge ordered a deadbeat dad (12 children with 11 women) to refrain from having sex in an attempt to keep him from adding a 13th dependent. The country’s most famous deadbeat dad, Tennessean Desmond Hatchett, has fathered more than 20 children (with 11 women). But Hatchett’s procreation rate has slowed significantly over the past 40 months due to the convicted felon’s status as a ward of state’s Department of Correction.

Deadbeat Dad: I Want Sex

Meet Luther Crawford.

On March 12, Crawford, who has fathered a dozen children by 11 women, pleaded guilty to flagrant failure to pay $33,000 in child support for two of his offspring.
As part of a deal sparing the 49-year-old Kentucky man jail time, Crawford signed this plea agreement, which calls for him to refrain from having "ANY sexual intercourse" for the one- to five-year period he's on parole.
Not surprisingly, Crawford is having second thoughts about this abstinence clause, and has filed a motion in Jefferson County Circuit Court seeking to have that portion of the plea agreement revoked

Tennessee Baby Machine Is A State Inmate

Prison bars curb Knoxville man's paternity rampage

MAY 21--The Tennessee man who has impregnated a large portion of Knoxville’s female population--and reportedly fathered 30 children in the process--is a convicted felon whose babymaking ability has been hampered for the past three years due to his state prison incarceration.
The story of Desmond Hatchett’s fertility--and his related inability to pay child support--returned to the news last week when a Memphis TV station reported that the 33-year-old “was back in court this week” seeking the state’s help with his support payments. The Los Angeles Times noted that Hatchett is “struggling to make ends meet on his minimum-wage job.”
Which would likely come as a surprise to Hatchett, who has been locked up for the last 33 months. Pictured above in a Tennessee Department of Correction photo, Hatchett was jailed after a judge revoked his probation in August 2009.
Hatchett had been sentenced to six years in prison for aggravated assault, but had the majority of that term suspended in lieu of “enhanced probation.” He quickly violated his probation terms by getting arrested for domestic violence, violating curfew, and lying about his whereabouts to his probation officer.
Now imprisoned in the Morgan County Correctional Complex, Hatchett’s sentence is scheduled to expire in November 2014. He has lost two parole bids, most recently in December 2011. And, like other Tennessee inmates, he is not allowed conjugal visits.
Hatchett has a “very long and serious criminal history” that includes “multiple assaults, multiple thefts, aggravated assault, multiple evading arrests, and several driving assaults,” according to a probation violation report. He has also been collared on narcotics charges and has shown “contempt for the rules of probation and of the court.” In fact, his rap sheet runs 14 pages.
Which apparently impresses the ladies.
When Hatchett first made headlines in May 2009, he was reported to have fathered 21 children with 11 different women (Tonnisha Hollis; Kayla Reed; Zenobia Alexander; Delishia Brown; Ashley Badgett; Latisha Page; Tanya Ray; Carmelita McDowell; Sierra Campbell; Nyesha Cooper; and Megan Cooper). At the time, he vowed “I’m done!” when asked if he planned to add to his brood.
While Hatchett was jailed a few months later--and has been locked up since--he has purportedly fathered nine more children “in the last three years,” according to the Los Angeles Times, which followed up on an original TV report by WREG, the CBS affiliate in Memphis.

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