"A witty saying proves nothing." Voltaire
There is an expectation that one needs to be honest with the government. And it seems like the government is catching people when they are not.
ROFL..and if thats the case, id be all for handing out pistols, shotguns and rifles to those out of work with not a dime of income that cant find work and hungry kids....this way they go hunt rich greedsters and take theirs...I know alot of nam vets that would join that cause...that can still put a round in thier ear at 100 meters
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
so the error was that people sometimes applied for two jobs instead of three jobs in a week and still got the payment? wow, that's outright fraud. what a wasteful computer glitch that enabled those freeloaders to receive the money that they paid in. obviously, the proper solution is to cut them off without a dime. just think of all of the bank bailouts we could have paid for with that money.Mr. Everson pointed out that in Indiana, benefit recipients are required to list three work searches. If a recipient fills out only two of the three searches correctly, there are cases when the recipient can still receive benefits. But that counts as an error.