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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-01-2011, 09:48 PM Thread Starter
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Changes to Child Labor Laws, Going to hurt farmers and end 4H

Anyone else see this.

http://tonawanda-news.com/columns/x1...s-hurt-farmers

Really pisses me off

Plus they want to require for anyone to operate combines, tractors..ect to have CDLs.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-01-2011, 09:54 PM
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Re: Changes to Child Labor Laws, Going to hurt farmers and end 4H

Your link wont work, but i have heard about the cdl thing for driving the equipment. I personally dont think they will ever get it done, there are way to many people aganst it! Besides that it wouldnt do any good any way, who would enforce it??
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Fixed link sorry
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I guess my grandfather and uncle should be put in jail because I was raking hay when I was 9 yrs old. Bailing as well. Learning work ethic at an early age probably didn't instill the values that made me start a business 18 yrs ago come February. At some point the gov't needs to quite protecting people from themselves. We are getting dumber and fatter by the generation.

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I guess my grandfather and uncle should be put in jail because I was raking hay when I was 9 yrs old. Bailing as well. Learning work ethic at an early age probably didn't instill the values that made me start a business 18 yrs ago come February. At some point the gov't needs to quite protecting people from themselves. We are getting dumber and fatter by the generation.
Bingo! and spot on! I could tell you right now 99% of all farms would be subject to this violation.

That is why it still boggles my mind today in what democrats like Pelosi and her gibronies think. This stuff doesn't fall from the sky(money, cars, homes, goods, food, etc), it has to be earned, and made thru hard work!

I will always use my garden analogy, lets suppose you have 10 adults that plant a garden that they will all share from to feed themselves. Now lets suppose one of the ten does nothing, cause he feels he doesn't have to. So now the other 9 have to work harder to do his share, yet they still get the same amount as if all 10 were doing the work. The other 9 don't get more food. They all get the same cut. Now how is that fair? No different than what is going on now. People (especially the democrats) can't comprehend this simple notion. You just can't get something for nothing, it is mathematically impossible. You either exert work, money, time, etc to get something in return, yet these folks still think the money tree is in my backyard.
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If they change the current child labor laws, it could be a disaster.




Having Binder losing his job, being out of work and posting here all day....would be a catastrophe.


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If they change the current child labor laws, it could be a disaster.




Having Binder losing his job, being out of work and posting here all day....would be a catastrophe.


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Just think of all the common sense and knowledge you would gain though!
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Plus they want to require for anyone to operate combines, tractors..ect to have CDLs.
Your a few months behind the 8 ball.

That proposal has been dropped.
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Your a few months behind the 8 ball.

That proposal has been dropped.
Glad to see you still read this forum Vern. Do you log on and search the word "cdl"

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Re: Changes to Child Labor Laws, Going to hurt farmers and end 4H

If this had happened a few years ago I would of been out of a job all the way through middle school up until now while in college. Not cool.
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