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New York Times Fact Checkers: Bed Rest is Work

anonymous2404 Wrote: Aug 29, 2012 10:31 PM
Well 1960, My husband served for 20 years and my 2 sons are now serving, we paid our taxes, never took any government handouts that were available to us, ( 3 children in 3 years, no WIC, we paid for formula, diapers, etc. ourselves), homeschooled our children, so we didn't use the tax money of the home owners, although we paid for the schools with our house taxes. And for the first time in almost 13 yrs of retirment, we will have met our deductible for our health care, so I don't know who you associate with, but it definitely isn't with like minded people like ourselves.

Poor Mickey Kaus. He's the liberal intellectual (not an oxymoron -- he's the last known living "liberal intellectual") lefties on TV are usually stealing from, but now that this welfare reform maven has concluded that Romney's welfare ad is basically correct, liberals refuse to acknowledge his existence.

The non-Fox media have formed a solid front in denouncing Romney's welfare ad for daring to point out that Obama has gutted the work requirements of the 1996 welfare reform bill.

The New York Times claims that Romney's ad "falsely" charges Obama with eliminating work requirements. CNN...