Saturday, July 19, 2008

The welfare state's new posterwhores

Via my friend jk at Three Sources, who got the story from several sources, including Gateway Pundit and Moonbattery. Look at these two, then think about how those of us who are responsible enough to work hard, balance our budgets between saving and spending, exercise and eat healthy, then have to take into consideration the tax "contributions" taken from us under threat of death, are paying for these two to stuff their faces and stay at home full-time. Then they have the gall to complain they're not getting enough money, and NPR has the gall to report sympathetically.

I have absolutely nothing, nothing but contempt for these two. I would hope that they get what they deserve and are hit by a bus, but odds are they'd crush the bus and be just fine!

One of my friends noted, "Women with appetites larger than life!"

They have an apologist in someone named Kevin Hayden. To point out the people who live off taxpayers' money is to "attack fat people"? Add him to the list of the world's self-certified morons:
I do not consider $125/month food bills to be evidence of gluttony nor an argument against helping poor people fend off incapacities and starvation. I do believe that there are crimes of commission deserving punishment and that conservatives of all sizes will defend the criminals for no other reason than they agree with the politics of the perps. Because the law doesn’t matter. Fatness does. In fact, fat people should be exiled so as not to offend their eyes.
Oh, so these two, who are even lower than the stereotypical social-services-stealing with a host of anchor babies, are victims, according to this moron. He's directly saying it's our fault for criticizing and defending any criticism.

State-worshippers will never understand. These two are fat because they're lazy, of course, but that's a secondary point. The main point is that their friend the State forces us to pay for their food, enabling them to live a life of sloth and thievery. No one is arguing against helping the poor, which is liberals' perpetual strawman — the argument is against forcing people to help, and as I said before, effectively under penalty of death.

"Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise: Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest."

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