Zero Powers wrote:
> >From: James Rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >The majority of "social" programs created by the Democrats et al.
> >are responsible for creating and/or perpetuating the vicious cycles that
> >tend to keep people poor. Yeah, they get "free" stuff, but at the end of
> >the year, their avenues for a better future are no greater than they were
> >the year prior.
> OK, you're a poor, uneducated, unconnected, single welfare mom. You can't
> afford child care, heck you can't afford food and rent. Now let's do away
> with "the majority of 'social' programs created by the Democrats et al."
> Now, how do your "avenues for a better future" look as compared with last
a) where's the dad? (A Number 1 priority is his financial
b) most companies, without a burden of about 60% of costs at all levels,
and most people for that matter, can afford to employ, train, and give
housing to people such as this. At the turn of the century, most solid
middle class households had 1-3 household employees. Fact. Why can't
they afford them these days? Taxes.
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