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Old 01-22-2010, 11:40 AM
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Originally Posted by bubba View Post
im not sure where it is stated in the bill but i do know its in there. i just dont see why all this "CHANGE" has to go more towards screwin just as many, if not more, than is helps? do people need healthcare? yes, should i have to pay for it? nope, thats why i got a job with benefits. i know not everyone has that oppurtunity, but thats not my fault. in my book what it all boils down to is that this whole concept is about as stupid as the welfare system. are there people that need welfare and deserve it? yes, but what about the the man and woman with six kids that have never had a job? do i think they deserve it? hell no, in my opinion if the person is able to work then they should be. granted it may not be what they want to do but they are doing somethin. well thats my venting lol....kinda went off subject a little but oh well. sorry
Not at all Bubba. Your points are well taken. I'm a big proponent of "Workfare" vs. Welfare. I believe in giving a hand up, vice a hand out. When a family is in need of assistance, we should be benevolent enough to give it. When the person is able, they should work. Allow the income from that work to offset the amount of assistance they receive. When that income equals the assistance, they are done. If they don't get a job, they're done. Oh, those kids? Don't support 'em, not only are you losing them, you're going to jail for lack of support. Stop coddling those who pop out kids and don't support them, be they male or female. I don't understand why anyone would oppose such an idea.
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