Thread: Rick Perry's tax plan....
10-27-2011, 07:12 AM
I see families of five that have to see a doctor every 14 days....the state pays the doctor $200 to see each one of them...he sees them all at once...that's $1000 so he can write them $5000 in Rx drugs....they are in and out of the office in about five minutes....These are the same lazy fuckers complaining about rich people...as they have an iPhone to their ear with unlimited data packages...and enough extra pills to sell to the babysitter next door... Medicaid and Disability is starting to become the new "American Dream" for way too many...
Let's not forget about the free rent, and food.....
If you add up all the gov't handouts these families get, that pay NO INCOME TAX, it might just equal six figures....if the family is large enough, it could easily end up being 250,000..... I know for a fact there are people that get over $100,000 a year in healthcare from Medicaid....and they DONT WORK......or even try to find a job.....and of course, they don't pay a penny for health insurance either.... One lady had the balls to tell me that she was afraid if she had a part time job, they would lose too many benefits for her husband that is disabled..they get free electricity grants, free co-pay coverage, etc.....they bought a house (foreclosure) with a credit card cash advance and then filed bankruptcy a year later...how nice! But some how it's the bank's fault!!!!!!! LOL
I listen to union cry babies that won't take heavy equipment jobs (construction is way down) for less then $40 an hour (plus the employer pays in $12 an hour for benefits to the trust fund) because they would rather work for 12 weeks, get laid off, and qualify for up to 99 weeks of unemployment....and most of these guys work for cash while they are off work, for $10 an hour....so $10 is ok.....but taking a real legit job for $20 an hour is "unfair?"
Last edited by RobJohnson; 10-27-2011 at 07:37 AM.
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