TooTired Wrote:
Dec 11, 2012 8:53 PM
If my remarks sound rambling and disjointed, it's because I work damn hard every day doing this job, and quite frankly, it eats at my soul because so few of my clients are even trying to do the right thing--wait until married, raise a family with just one partner, get some education and do a good day's work. I guess I shouldn't blame them. So many of them grew up as welfare recipients, and they've never had the experience of seeing a parent go to work in a responsible fashion. But there is no excuse for the way that the welfare system is set up to constantly absolve them of responsibility and turn a blind eye to the welfare cheats, which it tends to do.