Last edited by sockstealingpoltergeist; 16-04-2012 at 20:58.
Look, there may be some valid points but I do think that she is naive to the situation of others and how they have come to the place in life they are in.
You can't honestly judge someone until you have walked in their shoes.
Last edited by MumDadBoyandGirl; 16-04-2012 at 21:08.
Vote her off the island.
Consider this...should a woman who had to leave school early to earn an income because she could not live at home any longer because of abuse, had children at a young age to a partner who was physically and emotionally abusive, limiting her capacity to earn but gets out of this unsafe relationship with the help of the safetynet provided by social security be further stripped of her rights by no longer being able to use real milk, to vote for the government which will be enable her children to have a good future, or to eat high quality foods???? Really?????
Cutting payments will mean children will go without completely. These people see no hope for the future. Instead of treating them like scum which we all love doing to make ourselves feel better we should help them. Set up support services, get them into education. Give them hope, make them feel like they matter too.
Break the cycle don't put them down but lift them up.
No one dreams of benefits. It's not a life of luxury.
Last edited by Janesmum123; 16-04-2012 at 21:06.
I would tell them that they are a knob
I got that in an e-mail I think a lot of it is good and much needed in America where it came from
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