If a Low-Income family wants to buy a home they get low-income family grants
If a Low-Income family can't pay the rent they get section-8
If a Low Income family can't afford their children college they get low-income student grants
If a Low Income family can't buy groceries they get food stamps.
Can anybody established any difference between this two classes?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:15 PM on Apr. 5, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
I think when people say stuff like the poor don't have opportunities it is bs! My mom has a big old 8th grade education, dad graduated HS. That was it. My dad started out working in Mail rooms mom cleaned other peoples houses. They worked hard never took a hand out no welfare, no food stamps, no medical cards. They lived within their means. Because they worked hard they were able to save for a house, put us kids through private school and eventually my mom got to quit her job when my dad got a better one. So they went from dirt poor teen parents to living a nice life. Because they worked hard to get there. Nobody gave them squat! Things are the way they are because people don't work for anything like that anymore. I know people on welfare that have more than me and then they bitch cause they can't pay and electric bill but they just take it to welfare and they pay for it while they enjoy the xbox.
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