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Originally posted by Interestinggg
Worried that welfare costs are rising as the number of taxpayers declines, state Rep. John LaBruzzo, R-Metairie, said Tuesday he is studying a plan to pay poor women $1,000 to have their Fallopian tubes tied.
Awww but hes so perfect isn't he?
With his offshore tax havens and subsidiary corporations so he pays 0 tax.
His offshore accounts in fake names to pay high class hookers from his bribes he receives from corporations.
I think he should authorize $1000 payments for corrupt politicians to jump off bridges.
That sounds a little better.
Wonder why I can find no family history for him?Is that because his mom had 8 kids on welfare?
John LaBruzzo (born July 6, 1970, New Orleans, Louisiana) is a Republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, representing District 81 in Metairie, Louisiana. LaBruzzo has spent the last 12 years in medical sales, and has recently expanded his business career into real estate.
In winning the seat he campaigned on two particular promises; to help businesses in the state and to pass a tax credit for parents of private school students.
Oh yeah hes really for the people yeah?
Originally posted by saturnine_sweet
reply to post by chise61
As for the fathers, well, no one made the mothers give it up to them, now did they? That was a choice, and they should pay the consequences, instead of others being forced to pay for them. I don't see anyone giving me support for poor decisions Ive made. I guess I should have made sure they came with children.
Originally posted by Dock6
I'd like to clarify comments in my earlier post: by 'welfare mothers' I was not referring to women whose children were born into a marriage or permanent relationship,
Originally posted by aravoth
reply to post by SteveR
You have no right to tell anyone they can't have a child, period.
You also have no right to make me pay for something as draconian as this.
Try passing a bill like this, I dare you.