The same applies regardless of the person's income, be they recipient of corporate welfare, individual welfare, or farmers paid to not plant crops. I am faulting you for your incessant reliance on class warfare, my sponge comments are not. The poor who fall into the Democrats trap are making entirely rational decisions based on Democrats phony promises.Yeah, right. There's nothing judgmental about claiming that people who have chosen to not work, for whatever reason, have chosen to "sponge more"
BTW, with all your accusations about how I've judged the wealthy, you still haven't posted any quote of mine where I say anything judgmental about the wealthy.
I never said I wasn't judging anyone, I am simply not judging anyone based on income. I am challenging the idiotic Democrat lead policies that have done nothing but create dependency and government bloat wherever it is applied. That isn't to say that the Republican party hasn't also contributed heavily to government bloat over the years, but right now the Democrats defend the 30+% increase in government spending since 2008 as if the world would end without it, and always defending the government bloat on the grounds that the poor couldn't possibly live without it while demonizing anyone with money.Your entire attitude is rife with judgment, but I guess that's only wrong when I judge, even though I haven't made any judgment about the wealthy. It's becoming more and more obvious that your comments about judging are nothing more than an attack you toss around whenever someone disagrees with you and has nothing to do with you actually being opposed to having people make judgments (as demonstrated by your own rampant habit of judging others)
The Democratic party of the 2000s is a disaster to prosperity in America. They like to hold up Bill Clinton as a role model while sprinting hard left from every single Clinton policy of the 1990s with the only real exception being the Clintons fight for single payer in the early 90s. The average business owner in the 1990s could at least expect that the administration was not seeking to punish them for making money, and were on the same page on the need to a stable, long-term consistent economy to allow long term business planning. Democrats today are an unmitigated disaster, wreaking havoc in the economy, inflating the housing market with trillions in government backed loans that killed the healthy risk assessment in the markets to creating uncertainty with every new law and every new short term exemption from said law, and then blaming the businesses trying to stay afloat in the middle of Typhoon Obama for casting off ballast.
You want to know what is wrong with the economy, and why the poor remain poor, look no further than today's Democratic Party and the nearest mirror. Your party of choice has made poverty the rational short term solution while greatly reducing the ability to make long term plans.
Do I care about the poor? You better believe I care about the poor like I care about everyone. I care enough about them to to hope they plug their ears the the Democrats siren song of free money before they dash the future on the rocks. I also do this for people of every level of income. The less everyone relies of the Government for a solution the quicker things get solved.