Let me get more specific. I myself think because of hard economic times its alot more common for those hard working americans to be on public assitance then just those that do not want to work. Public assistance is temporary. I am not saying that noone cheats the system or they get too comfortable and there are those that do not want to ever get off. but i think some really use it the right way. anyone else feel that way? please no bashing. just something i have observedAnswer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:17 AM on May. 14, 2010 in Money & Work
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"i would be more than welcome to it. the problem with the system is the system itself more than poeple abusing it."
I agree with that. I've been "stuck in the system" since my DH passed away two years ago. I'm grateful that it has helped me (and my 3 very little ones) make ends meet, but at the same time, I can't get out of it and on my feet again. There is a catch 22 at every turn once you get on. Unless you have a financial wind-fall to just start you, you'll never be ahead enough to just walk away (if you have young kids. If you are a single adult that is a different story.) The system is set up so that you become dependant on it.
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