a reply to: Vector99
We are stuck in a social security economy and it'd take at least 2 generations (40 to 50 years) to phase it out properly without screwing a bunch of
As it is now, I am actually going to be on disability. Yes, ironic that one.
My spine is broken and my 3 doctors all agreed that I could be paralyzed any day now and any stresses from lifting or moving wrong can finalize
I walk a lot still, and enjoy it, because I know my miles are limited so I'm savoring every step, even the missteps.
I can do jobs that don't require back or legs but these desk jobs are difficult to attain due to my lack of paper qualifications.
Anyways, point is, I see things from a new perspective now.
Should I be a homeless bum because of an injury? Starve, freeze, hate everything?
Or would you rather live in a world where a greater society saved my life and gave me the resources I need to have shelter and food and medical
You know my grandparents paid into this system for years and years - only to have all their blood sweat and tears thrown away on foreigners that hate
our nation and way of life? Yours too probably.
And we were all robbed. With nothing to show for it. All those tax dollars were wasted on frivolous bs.
So even if y'all don't like it that I'm going to legitimately recover my family's stolen wealth by using my status as a injured human with no chance
of recovery, I'm going to get my $.
The mountain of money is on fire, of course I'm grabbing my stack before it's all gone. You'd be a fool not to.
I'm just a lil peeved that all these abusers ruined the system and now I'm faced with being ashamed of seeking disability assistance.
In a lot of ways I know I earned every penny and then more because I busted my ass daily for years knowing I'd never get anywhere but I did it
So please keep social security. Without it my future will be extremely tragic. A few hundred $ a month changes everything.