Originally posted by ZombieOctopus
Well, I hope he has at least as much money as was cut from social welfare programs
There are no 'social welfare' programs funded by the State of California.
There is the welfare-to-work program, and it is in no way 'socialized.'
Read my previous post(s).
The welfare-to-work programs is a gimmick to expand automatically expand the debt for every 'welfare applicant'. If you still don't understand what that means, it means the so-called 'budget crisis' is being automatically increased everytime someone goes and signs-up and turns in a 'welfare application' to one of the many welfare-to-work created agencies.
Oh, I forgot to mention that the state charges 10% interest on the money it expects to be paid back even recipient never receives any income. Find me a bank that charges 10% interest!
The welfare-to-work program is basically a way to create 'loans' even if the 'welfare applicant' never receives any money... the State still creates the debt that it expects to be paid. If the applicant merely gets on the 'welfare list' an immediately hired, they are expected to still pay back their 'debt.'
To get rid of the welfare-to-work program is a damn good thing unless you like organized crime because that is how it started.