Those who work for a living might want to put away shoes, hammers, and other hard objects to keep from throwing them through the computer. A new study shows that on average the government spends $168 per household on various assistance programs, one-fifth more than the median income of $137.
As the Republican side of the Senate Budget Committee reported (after all, who else in government is going to do it?), welfare spending per hour per household in poverty is $30.60, which is higher than the $25.03 median income per hour.
At what point do liberals admit they’re doing more harm than good?
If they did that, they’d admit communism and socialism doesn’t work. Instead, they just say it’s never really been tried.
It’s time to implement the exit strategy for the War on Poverty. The casualties are too great