Who Works Anymore?...Creating Welfare Dependency

09/15/2017 11:25

by Staff


This is what bothers a lot of people about Trump.  He doesn't accept a 'can't do' attitude, or inexperienced, incompetent performance.  He will
get results; it just might not be smooth or pretty.
  Here are some amazing stats: Make sure you read to the bottom.  An eye opener!


1. These 10 States now have more people on welfare than they do empoyed   Of course the oft discredited SNOPES claims it's False based on Forbe's supposed 'takers and makers' definition.  However,  semantics aside when 'feedme' burdens substantially increase risk. As Forbes notes, ".. employers in the private sector—might shrink or decamp. Why add jobs in a state that asks each productive worker to carry not just his or her own weight but also the weight of one other person?...The hazard with overburdened states is that the departure of jobs could someday turn into a rout. Just this is happening in Puerto Rico. Its productive citizens are leaving for the mainland. They are sticking a dwindling population of private-sector workers with the burdens of supporting the government’s clients and paying off the government’s debt."


California,  New Mexico,  Mississippi, Alabama,  Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio, New York, Maine, and South Carolina


2. Last month, the Senate Budget Committee reports that in fiscal year 2012, between food stamps, housing support, child care, Medicaid  and
other benefits, the average U.S. Household below the poverty line received $168.00 a day in government support.  What's the problem with that much support?


Here are the percentages:


Well, the median household income in America is just over $50,000, which averages out to $137.13 a dayTo put it another way, being on welfare now pays the equivalent of $30.00 an hour for 40 hour week, while the average job pays $24.00 an hour.


3. Check the last set of statistics!!


The percentage of each past president's cabinet who had worked in the private business sector prior to their appointment to the cabinet. You
know what the private business  sector is:  A real-life business not agovernment job.


Here are the percentages:  38% - T. Roosevelt,  40% - Taft,  52% - Wilson,  49% - Harding,  48% - Coolidge,  42% - Hoover,  50% - F. D. Roosevelt

 50% - Truman,   57% - Eisenhower,  30% -  Kennedy,  47% - Johnson,   53% - Nixon42%, - Ford,   32% -  Carter,  56%  - Reagan,  51% - G H Bush
 39% - Clinton,  55% - G W Bush,  8% - Obama,  90% - Trump

This helps explain the bias, if not the incompetence, of the last administration: ONLY 8% of them have ever worked in private business!  That's right! 
Only eight percent - the least, by far of the last 19 presidents!  And these people tried to tell our corporations how to run their businesses?


How could Obama, president of a major nation and society, the one with the most successful economic system in world history, stand and talk about business when he's never worked for one?  Or about jobs when he has never really had one?  And, when it's the same for 92% of his senior staff and closest advisers?  They've spent most of their time in academia, government, and/or non-profit jobs or as "community organizers."


Probably a good idea to pass this on, because we'll NEVER see these facts in the main stream media, or from the alphabet networks.