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Deidre Shelden says
Do you feel like we we accept socialism more today?
I worked with mental patients. One schizophrenic would go to the local hospital and apply to be a psychiatrist every 6 months. That's how inbred the desire to work is. I don't call it charity when the government helps prepare people for jobs.
It isn't the governments job to help prepare people for jobs. That is the individuals job to decide to go to school or get training on the job. Besides why would I want someone who can't do their own job to give me advice.
"Do you feel like we we accept socialism more today?" Part of the country does. My impression is that more do not.
I agree, but I do feel like we are more socialist now then we ever were.
Yes, definitely more than we ever have been.
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Chitrangada Sharan says
It isn't the federal governments job to help us find jobs, provide welfare. If anything it is up to the individual or at the very most state government.
Yep, and they aren't the first government to do it. I think it sounds more like robbing peter, keeping most of the money, and giving a small portion to Paul. Seems like it's working, ha!.
Dr Billy Kidd says
Ella Quirk says
The regulations are written by the corporations to eliminate competition. The real monopoly is is government helping big business. Government looks out for their pockets not the public. Welfare creates more people to be dependent.
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Interesting, I feel we are moving to the nanny state as well. People are taught that they are entitled to these services. Your right we are taking less responsibility, but I feel the govt forces it on us. They want our tax money.