I agree that having many people on welfare and having people on welfare for very long periods of time isn't a good thing. I agree that welfare should be reformed with the goal of getting people back on their feet. I can even agree that having some requirements of welfare recipients is one part of a solution, but not on it's own. A welfare to work program that simply requires people on welfare to magically find jobs (even when everyone agrees there are not enough jobs) doesn't work. It creates more problems than it solves.
Conservatives see welfare as a temporary helping hand to assist someone who is trying to get back on their feet. They are ashamed to accept it because in their minds it is an admission of failure. Liberal elites see welfare as a permanent state supplied enticement used to buy votes for those who so freely give away other people's tax money.
The Democrat recipient sees it as his due because he has been brainwashed to believe that he cannot survive without it. The modern Democratic Party is in essence in the business of farming crops of completely dependent human beings in the large Dem controlled metropolitan areas. The harvest is of course a perpetual vote for the suppliers of the freebies. The Dems used to employ the KKK to keep their slaves in line. Now they just buy them.
So the guy who wagged his finger at the SCOTUS claiming that no law passed by Congress has been or should ever be overturned guts legislation signed by Billy Jeff after having been lawfully passed by Congress?
And at the same time violates the Constitution (again)?
If this had been a Republican Maxine Waters would have been leading the charge to draw up articles of impeachment.
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