Evidently he already is: Heritage.org
A major public policy success, welfare reform in the mid-1990s led to a dramatic reduction in welfare dependency and child poverty. This successful reform, however is now in jeopardy: Little-noted provisions in the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate stimulus bills actually abolish this historic reform. In addition, the stimulus bills will add nearly $800 billion in new means-tested welfare spending over the next decade. This new spending amounts to around $22,500 for every poor person in the U.S. The cost of the new welfare spending amounts, on average, to over $10,000 for each family paying income tax.
Thank you Obama voters. That's a way to get this country unified.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:36 AM on Feb. 12, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
My father came here in 1968 from a socialist nation. He said when he first arrived on our great shores it was nothing like his home land. He was so proud of what he was about to embark on. However as time as gone on, he has noticed the change of this great nation and he really feels it is no longer what it once was and resembles his home land more and more. It breaks his heart.
My father paid 33,000 dollars in taxes and interest this year. As well as 10,000 in income tax.
That is 43,000 dollars handed over to the bankers and government officials of our nation. There is no fairness in such a thing. Our forefathers fought tirelessly to escape such acts of tyranny. Yet here we are 200 years later bent over with vaseline and gloves in hand saying please mister president, congress, and the senate, do what you will with me. Sad Sad state people, SaD!
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