Do liberals understand the cycle of poverty and how it works?

Being poor should be a miserable existence. Otherwise where is the incentive to better yourself and get out of poverty? If you guarantee everyone a nice house, a nice car, clothes, food, cell phones, internet service, etc. then you remove the incentives. If people are not made to suffer the consequences of their bad decisions then how will they ever learn to make good decisions?

Why learn when someone will do it for them? Liberals are truly diseased wackos.

6 Responses to “Do liberals understand the cycle of poverty and how it works?”

  1. Jo says:

    Why learn when someone will do it for them? Liberals are truly diseased wackos.
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  2. Body Guard says:

    Who understands better than those who have lived it?

    Just because some con thinks he’s smart doesn’t mean he knows diddly squat.

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  3. I am the liberal media says:

    Then get those 8-year-olds with unemployed parents off of the see-saw and into the coal mines. It’s time they stop slacking and start making some money.
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  4. Paul Jackson says:

    "Being poor should be a miserable existence."

    It IS a miserable existence.

    "If you guarantee everyone a nice house, a nice car, clothes, food, cell phones, internet service, etc. then you remove the incentives."

    Your perception of poverty is WARPED.

    Republican explanation for the bad economy: POOR PEOPLE ARE GREEDY.
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  5. realistic girl says:

    Personally I know very well about poverty and I appreciate he fact that my parent worked so hard to make sure I would succeed, I thank them for their help whenever that I can and try to give back for their sacrifice…

    I also know that society itself tend to keep a person poor when they have been born in poverty. For example, people who live in trailer parks throughout the United States. I couldn’t tell how many times I have heard disparaging remarks made about people living there from potential employers and others in general. I am convinced that they are kept back for it.

    As a Liberal and an employer I try to be empathetic to their situation and recognize the fact that not because you were born poor, doesn’t mean that you are not a hard worker.

    Of course, I am just speaking personally!
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  6. black leopard says:

    no they don’t. liberals and reality don’t play nice with each other.
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