We Need to End the Entitlement Era

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President Obama’s aunt, living on the taxpayer’s dime, doesn’t feel like she owes the American people anything. (link)

I wish she were a special case, but she is not.

Those who live their lives on someone else’s dime eventually need a wake up call. Making money, making food, building and maintaining homes, is hard work. Someone has to do the work, and making someone else do that work for you is slavery.

Yes, there are those who are incapable of caring for themselves. The people who find themselves in need of these services are either incapable of understanding their situation or understand it all too well yet are powerless to do anything about it. I doubt any of these has an entitlement mentality. We already have a system in place to care for these people, however, and that’s not what I’m talking about.

What we don’t need are people who refuse to lift a finger for themselves, unless it is to collect a government check.

The entitlement era needs to end as soon as possible. The quicker we can get the able-bodied off the government dole, the faster we can end taxpayer slavery and ensure equal justice for all.

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2 Responses to “We Need to End the Entitlement Era”

  1. demo kid Says:

    Yes, there are those who are incapable of caring for themselves. The people who find themselves in need of these services are either incapable of understanding their situation or understand it all too well yet are powerless to do anything about it. I doubt any of these has an entitlement mentality. We already have a system in place to care for these people, however, and that’s not what I’m talking about.

    So you propose to kill those people that are incapable of caring for themselves, or are powerless to do anything about their situation? Simply because you want to wreak vengeance on people that do not “deserve” it according to your own definition?

    • Jonathan Gardner Says:

      Are you stupid or what? Of course I don’t propose that. I give a great deal of my own money to benefit the poor and unemployed in my own area through my church.

      You may have seen Deseret Industries off of 320th in Federal Way. Do you have any idea what happens inside of that building? Do you know how many people have found jobs who otherwise wouldn’t have because of that program? That is supported by my offerings.

      I believe we should give, voluntarily, of ALL of our excess to help the poor. Let there be a million churches and charities, privately funded, to address all of society’s ills.

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