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Until the government stops trying to control every aspect of everyone's daily lives, and starts doing what they are supposed to do, put more people back to work, and bring OUR jobs home, let the other nations worry about their "democratically controlled population," things are just going to get worse.
There is no problem in helping those who need it, but they must be citizens of this nation, and they must be trying to better themselves, by their efforts, not the general taxpaying population.
This nation has never been as divided, since the Civil War, as it is right now. When are we going to learn slavery is not a problem in this country, other than in the minds of those trying to make money off it, (and succeeding quite well.) We are ALL Americans, first and foremost, and need to work TOGETHER to solve our problems, and that means the big shots trying to control our thought processes need to get off their high horses and start working with the "middle class" again.
Their businesses are going to suffer when the average America can no longer afford the products these companies produce.
On the other hand, it keeps at least a few of the jobs her that would have otherwise already gone offshore.
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