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And the number one reason is the that I have to pay for others that are not paying for the services that the country provides them.
However, we are getting closer to the utopia many dream about where each person is provided for according to their needs and each person gives according to their ability. The problem now is that there is a growing number of people that have no ability and have lots of needs and for those we have government provided food, shelter, medical care, retirement planning, education, and cell phones just to name a few.
It actually should be that every US citizen provides equally for the services that the country provides and can participate in those services equally as well.
As long as we have a communist administration like the current one, we will eventually all end up poor. The sad part is that some are stupid enough to fall for the propaganda being spread by the media in this country defending Obama.
....obama and his liberals are the REAL problem...........
They encourage their social parasites constituents to vote for them and in return they give them endless handouts - ie: welfare, food stamps, SNAP, WIC, subsidized housing, free cellphones, etc. The vast majority of these bottom dwellers could work - but they make more money sitting at home than working!! And Obama does not pay for their handouts.....WE the working class pay!!
It's grossly unfair.
But this November, the nonsense may change if we all vote in a GOP Senate majority - that would end the obama regime!! Who's in??
That, and being able to save so little per month makes saving seem futile since it would take months or years to save up enough to even last a few months if something went wrong. Or it would take so long to save up to anything that by the time you saved up enough either the thing you were saving up for would be incredibly outdated (or too expensive due to inflation) or you'd be too old to enjoy it.
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