‘Who Do You Work For?’ (2012)

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When the individual who’s receiving government assistance winds up with a bigger income than the poor devil who works and pays taxes to support the clown receiving subsidies, you have indeed reached the point where “social justice” becomes bald-faced injustice.

Who Do You Work For?

As the saying goes, nobody gets something for nothing without someone else getting nothing for something. That’s where charity ends and slavery begins.

But don’t be too jealous of people who are completely dependent on the government for everything. Wit you well, they pay a price for that.

4 comments on “‘Who Do You Work For?’ (2012)

  1. It’s ridiculous. I’m retirement age and work a challenging full time job, including being on call 24/7/365, yet some of these youngsters think that life has cheated them because they only get $70,000 in various subsidies. That’s more than I was grossing in 2012, and I was able to swing a mortgage and a credit score of about 800 on considerably less take home. These kids are in for a rude awakening.

  2. And the Dems and their candidates want to expand the welfare state big time. Increase tax on wealth, increase taxes on the middle class, and tax the energy industry out of existence. Then regulate, regulate, regulate until we have a true fascist government – to hell with the Constitution.

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