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Unfortunately, there is little faith in a lot of the state governments. Ours would probably try to find a way to channel the money to the top 1 percent.
I thought "War" was a banned word in intellectual circles? Shouldn't it be a kinetic action on poverty?
Yeah, Mike, are we all fired up?
My thing is that those who need help should qualify by the same criteria regardless of what state they live in, otherwise you get enormous differences in what benefits are given out.
Some states like some cities are simply richer than others so their citizens are better off in even times of trouble. Federal benefits and rules would change this so that someone in Manhatten, New York and someone in Manhatten, Kansas would get the same amount if they were in the same situation.
For 100 years the social experiment of a large central government has "progressively" made things worse. It is time to roll back the size of the central government and block grant this money back to the states. The Federal government couldn't run a lemonade stand efficiently.
The Kansas State Legislature has proven it Can't run a State efficiently either. That is what happens when Church Groups try to Run a Government. All those pesky Laws getting in the way of Scripture! Darn It!
As government has grown larger it is no wonder that disposable incomes have fallen. As government keeps spending money it doesn't have and borrowing more and printing more to repay its growing debts- the dollar drops in value. The greenback dollar was first distributed in 1913, it's worth less than 4 cents today.
The war on poverty has created more poverty than it has fixed. Regulation, false sense of entitlement, corruption, inflation, and crushed job creation has been the ill gained spoils of this political war fought to empower the ruling class and grow the dependent class that empowers it.
More bloviation from the elitists who have nursed the trough all their lives. No thanks, Gene.
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