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It’s Time to Focus Attention on the Disability Program

andrew299 Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 9:21 AM
It is amazing how the whiners come out and start defending the program. Everyone knows "disability" exists to help the people who are truly disabled, not the free loaders. Please keep your personal back stories to yourselves. We are not interested in hearing about yours, as we all have our aches and pains. Tough it up and go to work!
Lars795 Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 4:07 PM
Whining, I do not receive any! I still work, it is a matter of pride! Those I worked for never complained or said anything for any breaks I took. Because they knew if I took a break I needed it and usually finished what I was working on before taking one, even though everyone else made sure they got their breaks!
Daddio7 Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 9:04 PM
What's the best way to test people for disability? Do you take a cattle prod and force them to work until they collapse? How many times would someone have to pass out before you would consider them disabled? Many heart patients can take a bag of groceries to their car but not 100. I can get an hour of work done in a day, who is going to pay me eight hours pay for one hours work?

When I think of the disability program, I think of the bum who is collecting a check so he can be an “adult baby” and indulge his fetish of wearing diapers. Though I guess that’s not as bad as the situation in Greece, where you can get a disability payment for being a pedophile.

But this is a much bigger and more serious issue. Earlier this morning, I took part in a joint Brooking Institution/American Enterprise Institute/Secretary’s Innovation Group conference on the disability insurance program.

I only had a minor role, posing question to Mark Duggan...