Last night we told you that 35 percent, 35 percent of American homes, more than 100 million people are now receiving welfare payments. Fifty years ago that number was six percent. Today, the Social Security administration tells us more workers are on disability than at any other time in the nation's history. Almost nine million collecting federal disability checks. In February of 2001, the number was five million.
So in just over 11 years disability payments have doubled. Are you telling me the work place is that much more dangerous? That the health of Americans is that much more precarious? Come on. We all know what's going on here. Our society is changing from self-reliance to "give me stuff".
Saturday, August 18, 2012
Ignore the Polls
***Right now, they're useless. Here's a good piece by Bill O'Reilly on that, plus other reasons Obama is still in the race. He should be way behind, given his awful performance as president. But here's the reason he's still in the running: