Here is a just unbelievable story today …
More Americans rely on their families for assistance than the government, so federal officials have undertaken an effort to help people to apply for federal assistance.
“Given that only 15 percent of you turn to government assistance in tough times, we want to make sure you know about benefits that could help you,” USA.gov announced today. The ”government made easy’ website has created a “help for difficult financial times” page for people to learn more about the programs.
Sure, free money always comes with a hook. Another stupid government website. Why would anyone want to waste their time on this crap. Why not just expand the DMV …
Does anybody remember the long lines of people in ragfs waiting for the governm,ent to restock their always empty shelves? Me I am more comfortable with local stores who have things for sale, than wait i the government ninnies to restock.
Don’t yopu remember commuinsm, equalu misery for all, it’s only fair.
The government got that statistic from a poll asking Americans what helps them the most during tough times. Here are the results:
- Savings 44%
- Family 21%
- Credit cards/loans 20%
- Government assistance 15%
“Government assistance comes in different forms—from unemployment checks and food assistance to credit counseling and medical treatment,” USA.gov reminded readers.
This leg of the financial assistance push has ended. “Although our campaign to highlight Help for Difficult Financial Times has ended, we know that your struggles may continue,” said USA.gov today. “We will keep updating the tools and information we provide to help you get back on your feet.”
The FOOD STAMP President, who never had a real job. Just passing out tokes in the choom wagon. And agitating on the street corner. What a life he has had, a what a story he has to tell us all … Important things, like the line starts over there. Things he must have learned from the monkey God”. You remember, read his book. he will tell you, in case you want to know.
Yep, and who do you think pays your government salary?