posted on May, 28 2010 @ 05:54 PM
Well as a Californian, I do understand what he is talking about. In the area I live in, the first of every month is called"Mothers Day".
I have to count every dime I spend at the grocery store to feed my family of 5. It is usually less than $100 a week. Wile standing in line behind a
woman with several kids trying to decide which EBT card to use.
They have to do something, we are dying here. There is almost no benefit to working in this state. We can not afford the social programs they have in
place, and the programs are broken, they do not work. It is nothing more than a hand out, not a helping hand out of poverty, but an excuse to stay in
They have to cut spending, they have to cut welfare, they have to cut bloated,unessary jobs in the State Government. But they can't because buisness
do not want to open here. It is to hard. The hoops are huge and expensive. So they leave to Nevada or Arizona. That means more on welfare, bleeding
more out of the system. It is a catch 22. It does not work.
They need to be more buisness friendly and when the jobs come back, then they need to force those on welfare to get a job. In the meantime, get
training for a decient job.
The State is the only one that can fix this problem that they created. They have tied the hands of those in the private sector to fix this mess. They
have made it clear that they do not want buisness to come here.