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March 16, 2009


Why the heck should the taxpayers, who own 80% of AIG after all of the government bailouts, fork out more money to keep people who should be fired?
This is the best post ever!!
My thoughts right down to the letter.
For example:
Welfare; If they don't earn the money, why give it to them?!!

Health care; If they don't earn the money, why give it to them?!!

Housing: If they don't earn the money, why give it to them?!!

All of my income is performance based.
If I do not perform, I fail.

Brian agrees with this as all good conservitives do. Life is not a free ride.

Get off your ass and make grade, or let someone take your place that means business!

And you all thought that Brian was serious about that socialism popycock. :-O

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