Welfare

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bekahsmom - February 14

I'm sick of people comming on here and complaining about teens causing money to come out of their paychecks for welfare. I hate to bust your bubble but the welfare and medicad that comes out of your checks well 60% percent go to disabled and the elderly ( Insurance handbook for the medical office Marylin T Fordney pg582) I became I teen mother when I was 16 and have heard this complaint since then, I am now in my last year of college getting my BS in medical office bussiness administration and just wanted to share this information that was in my textbook.

 

Olivia - February 14

People would be better off complaining to the thousands of lazy people sat on their a__ses who cant be bothered to work and just want to sit watching tv drinking and doing drugs all day long instead of mothers who are already doing a full time job looking after children.

 

bekahsmom - February 15

exactly that complaint always bothers me

 

Susan - August 14

60% for the elderly is good. But it is a fact, not including yourself. Many people make a career of welfare. Speaking of the 30%. I would not want to pay 30% of grocery for someone who is able to work, or better themselves like yourself. You did it.You did not make a career of it. I see people everyday that carry the most expensive purses, shoes, drive expensive cars. Some of these people are married. Married, two insurance policies and still have medicaid. I wonder how is this possible. I've been a widow since 1996 and I have worked 2 and 3 jobs since then. I wont even try for a__sistance. There are acutally people who need help. If the abusers were weeded out. The real need would be addressed. You had the pride to push ahead, not everyone wants to do that. Someone's elses paycheck is more appealing.

 

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