Now I am sick and tired of reading all the “poor me, I am entitled to YOUR tax dollars” whining from the losers of society.
Oh sure, you’ve seen it on social media and on blogs like Daily Kos: some loser whines that they are living only on X per month (folks, making it on 5K a month is NOT that hard!) and complain that reducing their cost of living increases (NOT cutting; just not raising their handouts) will hurt them.
Will, boo frigging hoo.
Who are these losers? Well, imagine a woman who gets knocked up in high school or college by sleeping with a deadbeat dad…now she is stuck with a bunch of brats with low IQs, can’t get child support…and is working at a nothing job (or not at all) and thinks that she is ENTITLED to YOUR tax dollars.
Listen Honey: YOU are the one that got knocked up, not me. We went to the same high school and had the same choices. You choked on yours (and choked on other things as well) and made your bed. Lie in it!
Or you might have some obese loser who is now too fat and unhealthy to work, or someone with an IQ of about 60.
What good can come to giving these losers YOUR hard earned tax dollars? Ok, never mind that…
Let’s face it: we hate poor people. They must have done a lot of wrong things and not have made good choices in life!
So, we can pretend to show compassion (hee hee) by allowing the, ahem, “good” poor people (as if there were such a thing) to get benefits.
But Tennessee may have found a better solution:
A Tennessee lawmaker is pushing a controversial new bill that would tie welfare benefits to students’ performance in school.
Republican state Sen. Stacey Campfield last week introduced the legislation, which calls for the state to cut welfare benefits to parents whose kids don’t do well in class. Critics are already panning the proposal as unfair, and one that could hurt students in the end — but Campfield is defending his idea, which he says would force parents to take a more active role in their children’s education
Seriously, what is so hard about using:
If the little sh**s can’t do this, the hell with them!
But Tennessee is too soft. Here is what I proposed (given to me by Jesus last night in a dream):
1. Don’t drug test welfare and public aid recipients: nicotine test ’em instead. Many smoke like chimneys. They’ll never pass.
2. Weigh them and give them a body fat test. If they are fat, they aren’t hungry. If they have kids, tell them to quit stuffing their face and feed their kids.
3. Give them an ACT exam. Score below 25: no benefits. Tell them to come back when they have learned something. Oh yes, cut funding to public libraries too.
4. Make ’em run 5K and give them a pull up test. Run slower than 30 minutes (a fast walk, really) and do fewer than 5 pull ups: FAIL. Why should be subsidize fat, out of shape people? Real Americans are:
Well….let me rethink no. 4; these revolting blubber butts probably couldn’t run 50 meters much less 5K….well…they aren’t on welfare so it is ok.