Monday, August 31, 2015

It's enough to make you cry

I hold no animosity to those who, because of true illness, injury or other unforeseen challenges, find themselves in need of help. No one plans on a debilitating accident, a serious illness, birth defects, etc. When it happens, you do the best you can, and sometimes that means filing for benefits. For most, it's a temporary state until they can get back on their feet. But for others, it's become a profitable way of life. It's this mentality, not the "I'd love to work, but can't" but the "I can work but shouldn't have to", that is crippling this country.

~shamelessly stolen from SconsinRick's facebook page.


Ben C said...

I have a friend doing something very similar. He and She have been together 10+ years. They have 2 kids. They are not married and will not be getting married. They both work, each make about the same money (40-50k each per year).

The difference between them being married vs not is about $10,000 per year on their tax returns. Why would you get legally married at that point?

If you want to be married, have a nice ceremony with the family and skip the license. Be married in the eyes of yourselves, your family and your church, but not the eyes of the state.

Anonymous said...

Congrats! Your post has been picked up by ZeroHedge. You probably already know that though. Night

Anonymous said...

It's NOT an accident, it's ALL by design! What an amazing job the FEDs are doing to destroy this country.

Robert Fowler said...

LBJ's great society in action.