Sounds like he might be a good HHS secretary in a Palin and/or Cruz administration.
How about he address those on welfare?
I am on unemployment right now and must log each job I apply for (several per week) in addition to attending job fairs etc. I have no problem with this but was thinking the other day what are the requirements for those on welfare? Nada. And that needs to change.
My heart is too big to approve of what liberals advertise as generosity. It’s cruelty, and I am disgusted with those who ignore its human costs.
I don't think they take their marching orders from creepy az crackers,but good luck with that.
There are lots of people who are unemployed through no fault of their own, and now the media/Dems is going to kick into high gear, take King's remarks out of context, and the Republicans will again be portrayed as mean-old right-wing extremists.
There's a reason why Limbaugh is so successful and hated by the Left. You never accept the Left's premises or stereotypes, and beat them with simple logic and facts.
Well, that’s the truth, since their heads are about pea-sized.
We need mapping and addresses of everyone on public assistance to shame them to their neighbors.
I know. Most don’t care. But it would be instructive, demographically and geographically.
There's a large, fixed costs associated with hiring anyone and large potential liability and legal threats. Prospective employers are reluctant to pay those costs and put up with legal risks, so even if unemployment checks were withdrawn, many would still be unemployable. It just isn't worth it to hire marginally productive people.
They'd be employable without government burdens, though.
>> 7.4 percent is caused in part by Americans unwilling to work
A lot of scumbags out there that deserve to starve for the entitlement attitude.