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This for you welfare lovers....lol
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http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/08/...taxpayers/


Diaper welfare! Woo hoo! Emoticon, I can see the smoke coming out of your ears from here!
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abortion would be on the rise if i had to pay. no one should be allowed to get knocked up while on welfare
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RugerGirl;151072 Wrote:http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/08/...taxpayers/


Diaper welfare! Woo hoo! Emoticon, I can see the smoke coming out of your ears from here!

So what.. we pay to educate their kids too.
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ExcelToExcel;151079 Wrote:
RugerGirl;151072 Wrote:http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/08/...taxpayers/


Diaper welfare! Woo hoo! Emoticon, I can see the smoke coming out of your ears from here!

So what.. we pay to educate their kids too.


Oh yeah, it was you, not Emoticon, I meant to mention. LOL.

Well you don't pay for my kids......
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Walk inside any Philadelphia county assistance office, and you will have a heart attack. What do they look like? Take the DMV during the busiest time on the busiest day of the week. Now multiply it by 1000% and make the waiting room the size of the largest college cafeteria in the country.

Some Philadelphians bitch about how much money they contribute to the rest of the state in taxes. Walk into any Philadelphia county assistance office, and then remember there are a little over 10 of them in the city, and they are all busy as hell 5 days a week from open to close. Philadelphia may contribute the most taxes to the state, but they waste a ton of resources too.
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Philadelphia Patriot;151094 Wrote:Walk inside any Philadelphia county assistance office, and you will have a heart attack. What do they look like? Take the DMV during the busiest time on the busiest day of the week. Now multiply it by 1000% and make the waiting room the size of the largest college cafeteria in the country.

Some Philadelphians bitch about how much money they contribute to the rest of the state in taxes. Walk into any Philadelphia county assistance office, and then remember there are a little over 10 of them in the city, and they are all busy as hell 5 days a week from open to close. Philadelphia may contribute the most taxes to the state, but they waste a ton of resources too.


That's one job that would probably make me suicidal.....
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The better question is why are people on welfare entitled to disposable diapers? I can afford them so I use them instead. I read the article and I particularly liked this line:

Quote:Cleaning cloth diapers can also prove problematic for low-income parents. If families don’t have their own washing machines, laundromats are the next best option and they don’t allow cloth diaper washing.

Apparently indoor plumbing must be something people on welfare and California lack because we also have these new fangled things called sinks that only became popular forever ago, and they also make a product called a bucket that can be used with detergent to clean a soiled diaper. It works on exactly the same principal of the washing machine at the laundromat to boot! I fail to see a problem without a cheap and existing solution. If a cloth diaper grosses you out and you want to use disposable diapers then get a fucking job. Do these "law makers" really lack this level of common sense? Also why do people who sit around the house all day and collect government checks need with childcare facilities. Once again politicians spend your money to buy their votes. I would second requiring compulsory implantable birth control for people on welfare. You don't want it or it goes against your beliefs? Don't take welfare if that's not an incentive I don't know what is. I swear to god if the solar flare ever hits in our lifetime the welfare leeches and the politicians will all be dead in a fucking week because they have no clue how to operate in the real world and adapt to problems.


You watch, give it a decade and Netflix will be something the poor are entitled to as well.
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Emoticon;151099 Wrote:You watch, give it a decade and Netflix will be something the poor are entitled to as well.

Decade? They've already declared that the poor are entitled to internet access. It won't be a decade.
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streaker69;151100 Wrote:
Emoticon;151099 Wrote:You watch, give it a decade and Netflix will be something the poor are entitled to as well.

Decade? They've already declared that the poor are entitled to internet access. It won't be a decade.

You should see how nice (the buildings are nice, the neighborhoods, not so much) the new public housing areas they are building.

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And in three years they will look like every other shit-hole housing project. I see it over and over again in Chester city. Build-Occupy-Decay-Condemn-Raze-Repeat.

People who live in these places have zero skin in the game. If you didn't work for the money to pay for the house why would you care to keep it up. There's always a new project being built you can move to.
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