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Once again, you fail to understand the simple concept of personal reliability. An individual needs to earn assistance, it is not a birthright.
The layers of responsibility are individual-parent-government. Until the first two do all they can, honestly, the third should not be involved.
Why should hard-working American's pay for the lazy breeders?
Since you're the only one who responded with something of substance, I'll only respond to you. Pissah and Turd seem too emotional.
I certainly understand and agree with much of the idea of personal responsibility. I have never been on the dole and have made my way through life in various occupations, including working for one of the most capitalist companies in the world and being a small business owner.
That said, there are two issues:
(1) Kids. They represent the future. We have a moral obligation to help them, and it's critical to the future of our nation.
(2) Poor people. We can make them even poorer and risk an increase in crime, a decline in property values, an increase in taxes to cover prison costs, etc. Or we can help them develop skills and get jobs. Even so-called handouts can be awarded only to those who attend skills-training programs.
But, as I said earlier in this post, I believe one of the burdens the Republican Party has is that it attracts cheap and avaricious people. I think people like Cunningham are symptom of a sickly party.
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Aside from Barack Obama and Harry Reid, no dems have come forward to support independant ethics reform panel in the Senate. I think they are too afraid of what baggage might be seen if they were investigated for accepting bribes. So, its not just the GOP, although there are more of them and their lack of ethics appears more egregious (Delay's gerrymandering and Frists trusts), but I doubt many Dems are above the fray.
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