It means unmanagable pain and those people should get it
It means one might get a chance to retire early and play
It is another way to fleece taxpayers and no one should get it
who cares, it is unmanagable
who cares, it is insignificant expenditure for the US
It should be completely overhauled, re-written, and inspected for cheaters
Have you no empathy?
Again, what are you talking about? Regulations control private property, violates liberty, punishes innocent parties and allows the government to direct the market. Saying it worked is a such a strange word to use. You could do much of it through punishing violators of peoples rights without allowing the government to control the property of people and lives of people.regulations worked
The limits of voluntarily giving to others is self evident. It doesn't need to be explained to anyone that the welfare state has far greater capability than any voluntary arrangement will ever have. It could never have the goal of the welfare state and anyone foolish enough to think it could is ignorant on the demand of resources that it takes to reach the heights the welfare state has. The ends are however also judged by the means and there is little doubt which idea here is superior in those regards. If your goal is help others than it doesn't make much sense to abuse others in the process as well. I do not support immoral actions due their being benefits behind them, sorry.the invisible hand never existed among its greatest proponents, and philanthropy had its unfortunate limits.
I didn't walk over to see if he was loading concrete, Portland cement or plaster. All I know he wasn't loading those small pantywaist 60 pound bags.
"When Faith preaches Hate, Blessed are the Doubters." - Amin Maalouf
The idea that because some extraordinary people came from terrible circumstances is a reason to create horrible circumstances so that a few more like them can emerge, at the expense of countless other children who won't overcome abuse and neglect in an institution, is unconscionable.