Is it Compassionate to give money and services to people to make them a permanent dependent class?
It is Compassionate to give them "Health Insurance" but NO Doctors. (85% of doctors have considered quitting.)?
There are 100,000 gang members in Chicago (7/12/12 News) and they are currently in a gang war that has killed 245 people many who are innocent bystanders. Is this compassionate to take away a man's means of supporting a family and self fullfillment that a job offers and instead make his provision unnecessary, becuase the government will take care of his children and girlfriends?
It is compassionate to disarm the good and Godly citizens of Chicago and instead allow 100,000 armed gang members, who believe it or not, do not follow the repressive gun restrictions in Chicago? There are only 200 gang officers in Chicago. Imagine if they actually organized together against the police. Wow Destruction. (more)
- In the 1960s, there were 18 workers per Medicaid recipient. Today that number is 2.5.
- The number of Americans on disability has risen 19% faster than jobs created during this recovery.
- There are just 1.2 private sector workers per 1 person on welfare or working for government.
- There are now just 1.65 employed persons in private sector per 1 person on welfare assistance.
You can see where this is going: total collapse followed by “fundamental transformation,” just as the Cloward-Piven strategy predicts. Each time the Democrats come up with a new exercise in “compassion,” we know from bitter experience that (a) their cost projections are vastly underestimated, and (b) the program, once set on its course, must and will by its own internal, perverted “moral” logic grow until it consumes all available revenue. The program’s seeds of its own destruction — and that of everything it touches — are inherent from the start.