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Playing With Words

Doug5049 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 5:34 AM
Dr. Sowell pointed out that in the past, if a person was "poor", he or she often had trouble finding enough to eat. That is still true in some parts of the world. However, in the United States, People classified by the government as poor are more likely to be obese than people who are not poor.
Would anyone work to support themselves or their families -- and then turn over a chunk of that hard-earned money to somebody else, just because of the words used by that somebody else?

A few people may be taken in by the words of con men, here and there, but the larger tragedy is that millions more are taken in by the words of politicians, the top-of-the-line con men.

How do politicians con people out of their money? One example can be found in a recent article titled "The Autism-Welfare Nexus" by Paul Sperry in "Investor's Business Daily."

Genuine autism is a truly tragic...