I chose not to do drugs. I chose not to become an alcoholic. I chose to get out and make a career doing, something, anything short of sitting around waiting for some Liberal do-gooder to come along and do something for me.
That ol' girl that has 4 kids, by 4 different dudes; did someone force her to get knocked up? No?
Someone stuck that needle in the junkies arm? Or, did he do it himself?
Who lit that pipe for that crackhead? Did someone put some rock in it, fire it up, hold him down, stick the stem in his mouth and push on his chest to make him smoke it? Didn't happen like that. Did it?
It's a fact. Being poor is more of a decision that anything else.
"And in the end, we were all just humans, drunk on the idea that love, only love, could heal our brokenness."
Most poor people chose not to do something, anything to make a better life for themselves. Didn't finish high school? Whose fault is that? Didn't learn a trade? Whose fault is that? ****ed without protection and bred several babies you can't afford? Whose fault is that? Tell us again how these decisions aren't decisions?