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BeNotAfraid October 21st, 2013 11:32am

Hypothetically, if the cost of food, housing, medicine, travel & lodging was TREMENDOUSLY reduced for persons having 35+ years of gainful, productive employment, would we see more people entering the work force, and fewer government freeloaders?

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jonfrei the boonies
10/21/13 7:34 am

No impact at all until you get rid of all the other freebie handout entitlements...

10/21/13 5:17 am

I don't think those who abuse the system think ahead - or about the "big picture" - enough for this to really influence their behavior.

TempName14 Everywhere but nowhere
10/21/13 4:35 am

I doubt it. 35 years seems like a very long time to a freeloader.

BeNotAfraid missing my sunrise
10/21/13 6:12 am

Trust my Okie, my ex's father (recently deceased) worked 18 years as a wallpaper hanger getting paid under the table with cash. He spent the last 24 years of his life working harder than I EVER have, trying to prove he was disabled. A true parasite.