Is the U.S. building an unsustainable welfare support system? The plethora of welfare programs can “…lead to a greater and greater incentive to not produce for others. This means that the very same thing which brought the Soviet Union to its knees (an incentive not to produce), is now in motion in the U.S. economy. If not arrested, this trend might well produce the same result in the U.S.” Hey, wonder if Barack can see the Soviet Union from his house?

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Newsel
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From CATO…facts and figures….have to feel for the Grandkids and their offspring.

http://www.cato.org/publications/white-paper/spending-beyond-our-means-how-we-are-bankrupting-future-generations

poppajoe49
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It’s ok, Obama will fix that with more stimulus spending.

PsychoDad
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Ha! Is a bear Catholic? Oops, I mean, Does the Pope — dammit I’ve gone all dyslexic or something . . .

poppajoe49
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Does Crowley crap in his Cheetos?

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

That’s the plan, the Cloward–Piven Strategy. Bankrupt the country all in the name of creating a Socialist Utopia.

ooddballz
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Sounds like a union thing to me.

Sidekick
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‘course it is, how many public sector union workers administer the welfare industry….?

poppajoe49
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2 per recipient?

jcrowley1985
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Corporate Greed shouldn’t have taken our jobs away.

poppajoe49
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jodie
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You think corporate greed is bad, wait until the Comrades of Communism get a good hold of your ass. I agree with what author Richard Pipes said in that these stupid Utopian ideals have a natural appeal to those types that neither have money, don’t know how to earn it, but crave the power it affords. Greed does not only occupy the corporate world. If you’re living in a Welfare state, off of someone else’s dollar. Guess what? That’s greed.

PsychoDad
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Shut up, creepycrawly

ooddballz
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Tick tock welfare whore….

Sidekick
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They are not your jobs!!! They belong to the companies. When you priced yourself out of the market through union and minimum wage schemes you were jettisoned as the companies had to adjust its labor costs so as to maintain a profit level that would ensure shareholder satisfaction. Not saying it is easy or “fair”. Just a fact. Today, those jobs are returning because labor and transportation costs are rising to a level where it makes sense to repatriate jobs. The welfare system as described in the article has nothing to do with outsourcing. But you probably did not read it nor did you look at the chart shown above and who the hypothetical recipient was….DID YOU!!

Elrond Hubbard
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Same old crap from the crapmeister. Here’s an idea, try saying something even marginally intelligent.

CO2Insanity
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Barack should be the first one arrested.

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