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
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.
I went to Spokane a while back to pick up a stove from a guy on Craigs List. He said he wouldn't be able to help me load it because he was disabled so I assumed he was in a wheel chair. When I got there he was walking around fine and when I was having a problem getting the stove in the back of my pickup he finally pitched in and helped. I sure could not see any disability.
DMV and Oakland Police Crackdown on Disabled Placard Abuse
NBC Bay Area shadowed a team of DMV and OPD enforcement officers to catch and confront placard abusers. Nearly one in five placards were used illegally.
DMV and Oakland Police Crackdown on Disabled Placard Abuse | NBC Bay Area
Using the legal system for personal gain
In recent years, some California disability activists have abused the ADA by filing thousands of frivolous lawsuits against small and large business in a shakedown for money, rather than encouraging businesses to provide better access to the disabled.
Disabilities Act lawsuit abuse divides activists | CalWatchDog
Parapalegic jumps from wheelchair to run from police!
An activist who reportedly filed a number of disabled accessibility lawsuits miraculously jumped from her motorized wheelchair to evade police and fraud investigators!
America’s broken disability system
I once asked a man in his 30’s why he was on disability. He had fallen attempting to ford a swift stream while fishing. He replied: “Well, the judge said I have a bad attitude, I don’t like people and I can’t hold a job.” Shocking as it sounds, it wasn’t very different from other reasons I’ve heard. “I don’t remember, my Dad put me on it.” “I have anxiety.” “I have back pain.” (In ER because he fell from his horse.)
Physicians and social workers, who deal with more than theories and studies, more than ‘rights’ and ’social contracts,’ know the truth. The disability system in America is terribly broken. As the administration points its finger at physicians who commit Medicare fraud, it would be more enlightening to point fingers at the untold numbers of individuals with false, or at least spurious, disability claims.
Granted, this is a difficult thing to bring up, much less quantify. One will be summarily charged with cruelty, greed or intolerance for merely suggesting that a well-appearing, motorcycle riding patient, on full disability at age 25, might not need government support. Studies are seldom done in the progressive halls of academia to highlight the abuse of a government entitlement. These, after all, fly in the face of our national academic, political and regulatory ideology, according to which the individual is always the victim, and the state (i.e. taxpayer) is always required to be the savior and patron...
America's broken disability system