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Men Find Careers in Collecting Disability

bruce130 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 1:23 PM
Government is certainly doing well as far as creating phony bologna jobs. Another private sector is doing quite well also. That's the corrections facilities. Takes a lot of people to keep all those recreational pot smokers locked up. I hear the firearms industry is also doing well, especially since Owebama won hos second term. I happen to be a retired Vietnam veteran and spend most of my time prepping for the inevitable explosion of outrage coming to America, because when these giveaway programs run out of things to give away, and they will, these takers will continue to take, whatever they feel like taking. all I'm going to give them is a bunch of lead.
Americans are very generous to people with disabilities. Since passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act in 1990, millions of public and private dollars have been spent on curb cuts, bus lifts and special elevators.

The idea has been to enable people with disabilities to live and work with the same ease as others, as they make their way forward in life. I feel sure the large majority of Americans are pleased that we are doing this.

But there is another federal program for people with disabilities that has had an unhappier effect. This is the disability insurance (DI) program, which...