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  • gkcreamcheese gkcreamcheese Sep 17, 2008 6:46 AM Flag

    2 things are sure.

    Let's see who would help the poor?
    Churches and people that want to help. They would have much more money to help if the government would quit taking so much of our money away. Some people are honestly down on there luck and want to move forward. Bless them. Most of the poor stay that way because they are lazy. Government giving them a good life so why change? The lazy poor tend to be the minorities
    by percentage of population. Sorry Dems, that's the way it is. Illegal Mexicans do work but only about 25% of them and 75% found a way to be sucking off the system including our social security system. If you can prove your injured and cant work they pay you SSI.

    The lazy poor have it so nice because they can just use those "access cards" that are recharged every month. States give even give them money
    back in taxes as tax credits although they never paid in. Thats some one else's tax refund that has been redistributed to the non working
    who dont deserve it. Where is the incentive to look for a job? Any suprise that this failed system does not eliminate poverty? If you want to see real poverty go to another country.

    Paying the lazy to just collect and not have to do anything for it doesn't encourage them to work. Their kids see this a a way of life. So they grow up to be worthless too. We need to throw out those in congress who support this crap.

    This failed system needs to stop.

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