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Larmondo “Flair” Allen: Another Obama Job Creator
Posted By Daniel Greenfield On September 18, 2012 @ 8:44 pm In The Point | 43 Comments
When Obama said that government creates jobs, he probably had Larmondo “Flair” Allen in mind. Allen, a self-described entrepreneur, was shot on Martin Luther King Boulevard by rival entrepreneurs in his very competitive line of work. Dead at the age of 25, Larmondo “Flair” Allen leaves behind an unmarried companion, Kawanner Armstrong, three sons, Christian Allen, Kwan Allen and Larmondo Allen, Jr, as well as six daughters, Deidra Allen, Larmenshell Allen, Lamonshea Allen, Larmomdriel Allen, Larmerja Allen, Korevell Allen… reportedly if he had a seventh daughter he planned to name her, Lampshade Allen, but that sadly never came to pass.
One of fourteen children from at least six different fathers, Larmondo “Flair” Allen went into the family business early collecting 950 dollars each in welfare checks for each of his nine children for a total of $8,550 a month. which with other benefits comes out to over $100,000 a year.
The good news is that government jobs like these, unlike private sector jobs, do not end with the death of the “man” in the family. Larmondo’s death frees up his companion and many children to collect even more welfare checks which will create even more government jobs for the people who print welfare checks, the people who sign them and the people who collect the taxes that goes to fund the welfare checks.
With more Americans than ever on welfare, Obama’s job creation engine is running smoothly fueled by great men like Larmondo “Flair” Allen who don’t do the work that the rest of us don’t want to not do.
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