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Re: Workers Paradise. /Political rant.
In <[email protected]>, on 09/16/96
at 07:37 AM, [email protected] (Anonymous) said:
= .Tim May wrote:
= .> The thing about _traditional_ charity, of the religious or community sort,
= .> was that it was not treated as an "entitlement," as something the resentful
= .> masses could "demand" as part of their "human rights."
= . There's no substantial difference between their resentful whining about
= .their rights and your resentful whining about your rights - except maybe
= .that you whine more.
that is worse than a cheap shot... like a man low enough to
shoot another while he's taking a crap.
I'm not whining about it my rights any more than Tim is
whining about his. One of the principals of the American
Revolution was NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION. When our
government takes my money and creates a new class which "votes"
to require me to pay for them; they are a vested interest voting
only for their own gain without my consent.
human rights are supposedly universal. however, since when
has an entitlement been considered a "human right?"
are you playing the part of the bleeding knee-jerk welfare
advocate? The type: "I'm willing to give mine, (but I cheat on
my taxes) --just make sure you let the Feds extort their welfare
system from _your_ profits.
The welfare system is not only broken and bankrupt, it is a
SELF EATING WATERMELON.
charity is man's _benevolence_ and, there is nothing in the
scriptures which says the lazy and resentful are _entitled_ to
I tithe, and tithe faithfully; and contribute a fast offering
every month for the ward bishop's fund. as in says in the
scriptures, he who faithfully tithes shall receive it tenfold.
we take care of our own community, and we don't collect welfare.
and for the paid hypocritics who pass the basket every Sunday
and scream about the poor --they dont give, they want you to give.