by Orin Woodward
Thus the government creation a new class of people – the “idle poor.” Let me define the “idle poor.” They are NOT anyone who is out of work, but still looking. Sadly, the squeeze has left many hard working people to suffer this fate. In contrast, The “idle poor” have surrendered the very idea of personal responsibility, expecting others to provide for them indefinitely. Our government creates and funds the “idle poor” for votes, similar to an insurance policy. This protects the “idle rich” from middle class frustration at the voting booth. The middle class surrenders its vast majorities by division into parties, ensuring the idle class’s perks while the middle class works.
Do you really think the wealthy elites care about the poor, especially after we can see how voracious they are to tax the middle class? Could an alternative explanation be that the “idle poor” are necessary to maintain the “idle rich” special deals in the rigged game? The poor are treated like they are “too small to win,” so the “idle rich” can continue being “too big to fail.” This is a fraudulent philosophy of life. The poor, in a free environment, can win in the game of life. I have witnessed it numerous times first hand. Sadly, however, it’s easier to get people to volunteer for a “something for nothing” program than to work, even though the volunteers lose the most – their self-respect.