Well, at least Rancher Finicum, thanks to his own propensity to draw a gun against authorities, no longer plagues the State of Arizona. I wish the best of his widow. She should get her profile up on WhereWhitePeopleMeet.com ASAP to find a new hubby, so that they can start fostering and exploiting children again.
So then, Old Pueblo Veteran does support the continued placement of foster care children with an individual who is in the process of committing high-profile Federal felonies? And who openly reported to the press that he derives the majority, if not all, of his income from State of Arizona foster care payments, which is a violation of Arizona state law?
The point is, Old Pueblo Veteran, Mr. Finicum (along with fellow Arizonan Mr. Ritzheimer) have abandoned their households for a number of weeks with the purpose of committing Federal felonies in Oregon. Based on this alone, Mr. Finicum should be made ineligible to receive foster care funds and Mr. Ritheimer should be investigated as to whether any of his own under-age children should be removed from his household. This is at the core of it.
In response to gcb1 about all of the holes in this story. I have read more complete stories about him on the web, including that his 2009 IRS forms indicate that in that year alone he received more than $115,000.00 in foster care payments, and that all of his foster children have been adolescent boys who he utilizes as unpaid nearly full-time ranch hands "to teach them a lesson about good hard work."
Rancher Finicum was receiving over $120,000 per year in foster care payments from the State of AZ and free farm-hand labor from all the adolescent boys who he was teaching a lesson about good hard work to. He really knew how to work the system. He's the kind of white trash that we really don't need to support here in Arizona.
Martha McSally is a deeply closeted duplicitous lesbian. She also betrays the interests of all women in Arizona. What a mess.
I had heard months ago from former Wingspan employees who had been purged by the Executive Ditrector and he board that the lack of responsiveness to clients, particularly youth, has run the organization into the ground. I see now that they are correct in this assessment.
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