Re: Government keeping poor people poor
How much do you think those folks contribute to society?
You know how much? -$3 to -$5 thousand dollars per child. They don't pay taxes, except sales tax. That's okay and even the tax breaks are okay, but to say that working is much help, I'm not sure? I mean, what help is that? Who is it helping? Who is it hurting? What are the differences if they didn't work and were paid the child support most of them don't even go after in court?
Many mothers believe child support is a punishment and only reserved for fathers who were not nice to their wives and children. I've asked them, so I got it straight from a few different young mothers. They don't want to hurt him.
What the ****? Who taught them this?
What if they stayed home and there were less workers for the existing positions available? So much to consider.
This thread should be moved to P&R. There is much to discuss, if you are serious about this topic.
And, don't think I don't care. I truly do, more than you can know. I just think there is a solution, but it might not be so easy to accept.
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