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Stressed? Are You Disabled?

LCB1 Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 9:13 AM
I think what she is referring to is that stress is a normal human function, and that it shouldn't qualify as a means for disability. But I totaly agree with you, as I too have searched unsuccessfully for employment. having been disabled for over ten years. So, what I decided to do, was to go to a tech school, get some training in a field I can go into business for myself and get rid of gov assistance all together. The way things are going I don't trust they'll have any money in another twenty years. Just to many theives.
Government worker: “Do you have a disability?”

Man: “No.”

Man’s wife: “What does he get if he’s disabled?”

Government worker: “His monthly payments will [double].”

Man’s wife: “Well, then he’s disabled.”

Government worker (to man): “What’s your disability?”

Man: “I’m stressed.”

An attorney friend of mine recently overheard the above conversation in a Florida government building. The man, who had just turned 65, was signing up for retirement benefits while his wife stood over his shoulder. I relay the story to illustrate how our government is expanding...