- Jan 3, 2009
- Reaction score
Welfare is a measure for Democrats to point to and puff up their false 'we care for you' propaganda that, in the past, has always guaranteed votes while keeping that segment of the population on the dole. It's a form of slavery. Charity is one human being helping another and often the ones helping the less fortunate are the so-called 'rich.' Charity gives temporarily down trodden folks and hand up until they can get back on their feet. It is nothing like Welfare which is set up to KEEP folks on the 'Plantation.'Hunger and want is a failure in the economy. Welfare and charity are just stop-gap measures to keep the rich from being eaten rather than a measure of concern for the poor. In America we require that dignity be forfeited when someone seeks help from the government. It's a humiliating process meant to discourage people. Charity is almost always an ineffectual gesture by well meaning people that does very little actual good.
Not a reward if the business is restructured, which should be mandatory if declaring bankruptcy or a government bailout.It's exceptionally immoral.How is it not immoral then to expect taxpayers to bail you out of your bad business decisions?
Just as bailing out the individual rewards bad life decisions, bailing out a company rewards bad business decisions.
The Tory Minister made the controversial comment replying to a question from Labour MP Zarah Sultanawww.mirror.co.uk
In this story the tory minister is praising the efforts of foodbanks in helping folk to not starve.
But we pay taxes to live in a society where people are not going to starve. People should not be at the mercy of charity to put some food on the table.
Everybody pays taxes so they have a right to expect help when they go through bad times. Welfare has a dignity that charity has not got. It is time to move on from Victorian era social policy.
Let's see.. the militaryNational defense is a charity?