Why do we make being poor a bad thing, when it's actually just the opposite? What do rich people do?
A majority of the most financially secure Americans think that "poor people today have it easy because they can get government benefits without doing anything in return”.
The study found more than half of the most financially secure Americans said the "government can't afford to do more for the needy," with only about one-third responding that the poor "have hard lives because government benefits don't go far enough to help them live decently”.
Well thank you very much for your kind generosity but it is ironic because anything from the Government benefits the wealthy before it benefits the poor. The wealthy own everything and whatever the poor get goes right to wealthy and that is why our society deals in money. Poor people don’t make money; they must beg or work for it.
No class of people has it easy in life and portraying the rich as having an advantage over the poor in life is a misnomer. Why would anybody want to buy over priced worthless shit?
Dividing us up only makes things worse. The poor need the rich just as much as the rich need the poor. The crime is when people refuse to share or help one another.
Rich is an artificial selfish title imposed upon those who are greedy. Poor, if you want to call it that, is a pure and natural state of being, we were born with nothing and we will take nothing away, so why boast about how much shit you hoard, refuse to share or help?
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