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Published: Saturday, March 16 2013 2:04 p.m. MDT

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county mom
Monroe, UT

Just what we need more money spent on welfare!
I will tell you why there are several generations of welfare recipients.....

We are giving them free money!

If we didn't just hand the money out they would have to look for a job and find work. Why would they ever get a job, when at the moment they are getting more income then many working people?


See and that didn't cost you and I, the tax payers, a cent.

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

I think this is being spearheaded by the eduction department and they think the answer of poverty lies in college degrees being issued. And it a big waste of time and money because education is a political party of indoctrination and socialism.

Poverty is not something that can be taught or learned from parents because poverty is a state of being according to the condition of the economy that no one in government will admit. The Utah and national economy is such that too many foreign nationals repressing wages and job incomes create poverty even for those working 3-4 jobs.

Education is a department of socialism that tell the difference in eduction and indoctrination of mind and socialized behaviors. You can tell a socialist from an american by there views of freedoms and rights and independence as taught in our schools.

Education can measure by limiting education and is always an under performer in society and more of a burden than producer.

Poverty has nothing to do with education level, poverty is the product of economic declines with, no jobs, no futures, no desire, no industry, no manufacturing, no social standards to be achievers or citizens.

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