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Tag: Rashida Tlaib
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
via The Detroit News
Michigan Arab-American civil rights leader Imad Hamad has been placed on administrative leave while there's an investigation into a sexual harassment complaint.
But, Rashida, to quote your Progressive Party's standard, Hillary Clinton, "What difference at this point does it make?"
Actually, y'all would be much better off with reading this here. At least it's the straight skinny on both Imad, and Rashida.
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This nation is infested by those who would defraud us.
Nearly everyone knows SOMEONE who is on the public dole. Whether it is food stamps or corporate thievery, (not covered in this essay) shouldn't the taxpayer have the right to know where his resources are channeled by government? Especially given the "Sobering Data" published in the DHS sanctioned Michigan lottery report in 2012
"Nearly 14 percent of all lottery winners are either welfare recipients themselves or reside in a household with welfare recipients."It seems that we have at the very least 14% of lottery winning abuse. (and that only identifies those who have won)
After revelations that at least two major lottery winners were STILL collecting assistance, the report was commissioned and legislative action has been sought to address such abuse. At the same time Democrat legislators like Rashida Tlaib take the typical progressive route and wish to encourage more abuse through inaction. By attempting to assign shame, that might be more appropriately placed on those who beg for assistance and abuse our generosity by gambling with it, to the DHS director Corrigan (God Bless Her) who sees a problem.
"Though DHS found 19 people with lottery winners of more than $100,000, 83 percent of lottery winners on welfare rolls won less than $5,000. Democratic state Rep. Fashida Tlaib accused the agency of being too harsh on people with small lottery winnings.Tlaib, of course reminding us that it doesn't take a whole lot of mental horsepower to be a state Rep from SE Michigan. Here's to gerrymandering!
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