The assumption is that a single parent na dfind a job making $29,000 a year (around $14.50 an hour roughly). That is not an easy thing to do without any job experience and most likley little or no education.
Yeah, 15 dollars an hour is SOOOOOOO hard to find. Most high schoolers make 10 dollars an hour and they are inexperienced and unreliable as hell.
And of course if we delve into that thinking even further we will find that they are mostly not white. In fact the majority are white
Has pulling the race card already been moved from step 3 to step 2? When are you guys just going to start opening with it?
only recieve benefits for a limited period of time until they start paying into the system.
How many of them ever become a net positive in the government system? I'll go with less than 15%, probably less than 5%. *** I base this opinion in some loosely connected figures that I feel no need to justify since you did not take the time to justify any of the numbers in your response in your response.
Take a look at Buffet and Gates and others in that class and their veiws on social safety nets.
I love the way you guys keep throwing out these as examples, while at the same time villifying the 1% as being greedy rich and immoral. Take a look at Slim's thoughts on raising the lower class. He's richer than Buffet and Gates.
The GOP has, for 30 years, bemoaned the fate of the wealthy while pandering to the worst people amoung us, the racists, the homophobes, the anti-social among us who would "Srhug Atlas, Shrug" if only someone would notice and has lead you otherwise intelligent people to the conclusion that it is better to be poor in the united States than middle class
Race card - Check
Homophobe card - Check
1% card - Check (in the same post you used 1%ers to make your point)
Ignoring hard data posted in the OP - Check
You're a complete and total idiot.