If there is one thing that pisses me off more then anything else in this world its a welfare leech. Welfare leechs are parasites that suck the life out of taxpayers. They are too lazy to work, but somehow justify their actions.
I have depression,
I am disabled (but they can do everything else in life just fine),
I have panic attacks,
If you can get out of bed, fix yourself breakfast, walk out to the mail box, get your welfare check, drive to the bank, check your check, go shopping, go home and play on the internet all day, you are NOT disabled.
There is a family that I know who are on their third generation of being welfare parasites.
Think about that for a minute, three generations of receiving benefits from the government. Benefits that people who get up everyday and go to work to pay for.
The least the parasites can do is wash my truck or cut my grass, but then again, if they did that, they could not claim disability.
I get so sick and tired of seeing people buying groceries with their food stamp card, while I have to buy my own groceries.
I have been working since 1984, and have yet to draw any type of government assistance. In 1999 and 2002 I drew unemployment for a little while. For the past 27 years I have worked and paid my taxes so some parasite can suck that money from the system.
When am I going to be able to take a break from working and draw my food stamps and free health care? Why do honest people have to work the best parts of their life away to support parasites?
We do not need welfare reform, we need to abolish welfare except to the people who really need it.
Need food stamps? You need to prove that you can not find a job.
Better yet, we need to combine an employment agency with the food stamp office. Can not find a job? Fine, pick up trash on the side of the road. Wash the county judges car, wash the police cars, take the trash out at the local court house.
Could you imagine the public outcry if the parasites had to “do” something before they got their food stamps or public housing? I imagine human rights groups would cause an uproar about the leeches having to do some kind of work.
You know what, screw those human rights groups, they need to get real jobs as well. If those groups want to help the poor, help them get jobs instead of handouts.
And its not just food stamps, but its small things, like getting paid to go to the doctor, and getting a break on your property taxes.
If you claim you are disabled, you get a break on your property taxes. Where do I sign up for that program? Oh, I forgot, disability is for two groups of people.
1 – people who are really disabled and unable to work.
2 – leeches that want to play the system.
The problem is, the government is doing a piss poor job of separating the disabled from the parasites.
We can not continue to foster generations of welfare parasites. Sooner or later the financial burden is going to great, and something is going to break.
We have two things that facilitates the growth of welfare leeches:
1 – elected officals who are not willing to do what needs to be done.
2 – people who do not mind stealing from their neighbors.
Welfare leeches do more then just stuck money from tax payers, they are thieves and lairs.
Its one thing to be truly disabled and need assistance.
Its another thing to say you are disabled when you are not. this is nothing more then being lazy. Get your sorry ass up and get a job you lazy bums.
Jefferson compared slavery to holding a wolf by the ear, sooner or later you have to let go.
Welfare is a form of poverty slavery. The people on welfare neither learn to fend for themselves, nor do they learn life skills (besides lying).
Sooner or later the welfare free ride is going to come to an end. And when that ride ends, there are going to be a lot of pissed off people with no idea on what they should do.
Maybe they should get a job if they are kicked off welfare? Yea right, that is laughable.
Imagine the horror as generations of welfare parasites are forced into the job market – its either get a job or go hungry, as least that is how the rest of the world works.
Maybe being raised on welfare creates an alternate reality? A reality where people “think” the government is supposed to take care of them. Take care of them at the expense of everyone else.
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