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Be Careful  
Floresville, TX  
October 31, 2012 3:43pm
 
Agreed, Prairie Grouch . Much has been done over the past 150 years to make government more than it was intended. However, continuing down the path and re-electing Obama again will expedite the collapse like in Greece. While FDR's and LBJ's programs cannot be stopped, then can be limited.

If I give you free food (food stamps), housing (public housing), healthcare and welfare and unemployment checks and tax rebates, what incentive do I have to work? Humans are incentive driven creatures. If I knew I was going to starve, I surely would not be so easy to pass a job if it is minimum wage.

Since it is now the law of the land this large social net, we cannot break the net completely, but we can re-size and limit its usable time. Kill Obamacare before the death panels kill you. Social security is going to have means testing and a raise in the retirement age. Medicare is going to have caps that will limit access. 99 weeks of unemployment is ridiculous. If you study FDR, he started all those work programs to make people work for their government check. We need to return to that. No free rides; Sweep the streets; Built road cleaning crews; Do something; anything but people sitting around enjoying OBAMAPHONE, free internet and TV. This is not the lesson we need to be teaching. We are continuing to see a rise in worthless lazy people. I reframe some the who…. HA HA

None the less, it is a vote between devastating Socialism and a more reasonable and priority driven fiscal discussion.
     
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