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Do you think people on Welfare who are able should work for the State and its systems?
Should welfare Participants be trained to work for the Government that provides for them? Should we bring back the chain gangs to maintain hi-ways and by-ways? Should we have State run Farms to provide for the Hungry?
Sinbadsailorman, I know you don't mean that about chain gangs! But the state-run farms sounds like an interesting idea, and this is a setting where poor people can potentially get more NUTRITIOUS food instead of the junk they are usually relegated to for various reasons -- agribusiness has to dump its surplus somehow, right?
I think we should move to a society of real full employment -- not what passes for full employment at the Federal Reserve (you know, the body that raises interests rates so businesses can't afford to borrow money to expand their operations, and thus causes working people to be thrown out of work, which is a tactic to control inflation?). If private enterprise isn't hiring, the federal, state, and local government should always be hiring.
The good book says, "don't work, don't eat." Who am I to argue with God?
by TheSituation8 years ago
What do you all think about this one? Seems like some good fodder for my fellow hubbers.
by My Esoteric3 years ago
... are trying to encourage those who fall in the Medicaid gap they created to move out of their State? Hospitals in those States are reporting increased unpaid (meaning you paid) emergency room visits from this...
by James Smith5 years ago
Despite how unsustainable and morally hazardous the welfare state is, it does not begin to reach the moral bankruptcy of unwavering support of the state military. For conservatives, it is good and just to complain about...
by uncorrectedvision6 years ago
If not the most often touted, misunderstood piece of government disinformation is the unemployment rate. It does not represent those who are not employed or those who would rather be employed than...
by Peeples6 years ago
Why is it considered unconstitutional to drug test welfare recipients?With all the talk in the media they make it sound like it is a "Right" to do drugs. What part of doing drugs is in the constitution?
by SparklingJewel7 years ago
here are excerpts from a recent article..."Taxpayers foot the bill for an increasing number of government workers at outrageously growing wages. ATR reports that federal employment has increased by 230,000,...
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