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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Marketing entitlements

While it's appauling to know that the government is spending millions upon millions to market entitlements, I also understand that some people just flat-out need help.

Great points made by both sides during a spirited debate...



During a period of entrenched economic stagnation such as this one, any serious dip in welfare spending will precede a corresponding rise in crime rates. That's that. It is what it is.

All that typed, back when my continued existance was paid-in-full by the taxpayers, I wanted anything but such a degrading existance. These days, welfare has become a way of life for far, far, far too many people.

The fix? Less regulation, less taxation, less cash-for-votes, sustained GDP growth and a roaring economy.

You know, a Republican.

Later

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