Over 40 percent of children born in America are born out of wedlock. How can a country survive if children are being raised in homes where it's so much harder to succeed economically? It's five times the rate of poverty in single-parent households than it is in two-parent homes. We can have limited government, lower tax we hear this all the time, cut spending, limit the government, everything will be fine. No, everything's not going to be fine.
When your party is more interested in taking away what little benefits these single-parent families receive in order to preserve the wealth of the top 1% then of course you are going to lose the votes of those people . . . and there's a lot more of them then the 1%.
posted on 01/03/2013 1:00:23 PM PST
When your party is more interested in taking away what little benefits these single-parent families receive in order to preserve the wealth of the top 1% then of course you are going to lose the votes of those people . . . and there's a lot more of them then[sic] the 1%.
Don't you have an Occupy Drum Circle practice to attend or something?
posted on 01/03/2013 1:21:44 PM PST
(Be careful of believing something just because you want it to be true.)
Since when is anyone entitled to other peoples’ money? Poor or not?
There’s no incentive anywhere to get off public assistance. Many people crank out kids to get more benefits. There was a story out here about the woman making a hundred grand a year for her 9 kids from a bunch of different men. Deliberately having kids to get all sorts of eligibility for ebt, child assistance, free phones, etc.
And they have no shame working the system. the mindset is now I am entitled to all of this. Poorness is celebrated and rewarded and all the libtards feel good and get a slef-esteem boost for redistributing other peoples’ money to the people they believe deserve it because those people were somehow kept from making it themselves by those who actually earned it.
posted on 01/03/2013 3:13:20 PM PST
by Secret Agent Man
(I can neither confirm or deny that; even if I could, I couldn't - it's classified.)
Make birth control as easily available as candy, and refuse government benefits unless the woman gets fixed would be the most effective way to deal with that problem, but the Romulans on this board don’t want to hear that.
posted on 01/05/2013 5:26:40 AM PST
("History, I believe, furnishes no example of a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil governm)
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