Tag: welfare state
These illegals are not pilgrims but are parasites who have come to take advantage of our generosity, burdening our schools, filling our prisons, and plundering state and federal social services, often amassing incomes far above those of the lawful, working American.
It is profitable to state bureaucrats to make sure that fathers are permitted to see the own children only a few days per month so support payments can be set at the highest possible level.
Eating, in the 21st Century, commands a role as American’s favorite recreational sport.
People in the 21st Century are burdened with a moral indebtedness that may never be repaid. The cultural economy where virtue is a cheap and disposable commodity has given us decades of shattered families, poverty, corruption, and the predominance of carnal appetite. This has heaped upon the backs our children a terrible debt for generations to come. This debt will paid through of suffering, estrangement, bondage, and national decline.
Remember the classic scene from “Trading Places” in which Eddie Murphy feigns amputated legs in order to win sympathy, and handouts, from unsuspecting passersby? This reminds me of the contrived victim status that so many, like the big baby in California, Stanley Thornton, take upon themselves in order to garner nanny-state largess.
“The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen.” This is more than a conservative axiom, it is a concrete truth found in the rubble of American cities where big-government Liberalism has held sway for decades.