Originally Posted by scott free
I fail to see how that could POSSIBLY be true, the only problem i see is that people doing the hard stuff like crack and meth only need three days to get it out of their system, seems like it might be pretty easy to beat the system.
But its atleast a start in the right direction... want assistance? prove your not spending what little money you do have on drugs.
The only problem is that they can spend it on alcohol. We cant become the nannies. We are not their parents.
What needs to happen is they don't get their act together, make some positive changes in their life's, take some classes/training.....then we put a limit on how much government assistance they can get in a year and or in a lifetime. Its a hand up not a hand out. If you are not trying to get off the tax payer dime, then you can be a slacker on the charity dime.