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Why is it my responsibility?

Amanda Rinehart is a mother in Pennsylvania who left her job to care for her 8 year old child. She complains that her child is too young to receive a vaccine, so she has to keep her child out of school until there is a vaccine for children. For that reason, the US taxpayer should continue to pay for her to not go to work, according to her. In all, she has received more than $37,000 from the government since she quit working, if you only count unemployment, the free money for having a kid, and the COVID stimulus money.

On the other hand, only 39 percent of the US public paid Federal taxes last year. I was one of them. While a large part of the US population was sitting at home for the past year, not doing anything, I was working, investing, and providing the money for her to sit on her ass and complain that she isn’t getting enough of MY money.

I would argue that Ms. Reinhart isn’t losing HER unemployment. She is merely losing her ability to suck even more of my money out of my wallet, and the wallets of my fellow taxpayers.

You will note that there is absolutely no mention of a Mr. Rinehart. Where is the father of this child? How am I responsible to provide for his child, yet he is not?

The people on the left will say that I am greedy because I don’t want to help her. I have no problem helping the poor, as long as they are attempting to help themselves. I don’t see how it is greedy for me to want to keep my money for my own use, yet not greedy for this woman to demand access to my money with the only claim to it being that she couldn’t keep her legs closed.

8 replies on “Why is it my responsibility?”

” The people on the left will say that I am greedy because I don’t want to help her. I have no problem helping the poor, as long as they are attempting to help themselves. I don’t see how it is greedy for me to want to keep my money for my own use, yet not greedy for this woman to demand access to my money with the only claim to it being that she couldn’t keep her legs closed. ”

Well stated.

i worked the entire year myself last year…while everyone else who got the vid got to stay home or were around someone who had it and stayed home under quarantine, my ass who was around every person that got sick, still came to work…there are more and more people who think they shouldn’t have to work for anything, that society/gov should just provide for them…what happens when the gov can’t print enough money, grow enough food, etc…these morons will be starving and broke…

Ms. Reinhart, is a worthless lazy bitch as are alot of Mercans sucking on Sams money hose. Personaly…the state should take the kid.
Full Stop.
No need to be nice.

my question is this. was she making her rent payments or loan payments during this time she stayed home? if she didnt, you have to add that money onto her money coming in.

“….there is absolutely no mention of a Mr. Rinehart.”

And there probably never was a “Mr. Rinehart.”

Anyway, that’s an endemic problem that Our Woke Betters have decided to Normalize. I watch very little TV but what I’ve noticed is: 1) Almost every couple/family in ads is multi-racial (the standard joke about TV commericals is “the average American family is an Hispanic father, a black mother and 3 Asian children); 2) Even the multi-racial familes often have few or no white people; 3) Very few ads have males of any race in them, and those that do usually show the poor, incompetent befuddled guy being rescued in some way by his smiling, brilliant wife in everything from mouthwash to car repairs. And people wonder why marriage rates have fallen through the floor.

Cultural modification through mass media. Which is probably why we’re up to – IIRC – something like 70+ % out-of-wedlock births. Once the biological donation has been made, ain’t no reason for a dad anymore. That’s destroyed black families, I don’t know how it won’t destroy all the others, too.

Like you, I get to write big checks to Uncle Sugar so Mrs. Rinehart and her ilk can stay at home. I’m just as frosted about it as you are.

We have paid taxes as long as I can remember. Pretty close to 50 years. And this past April, I paid dearly once again.

People can have difficult times come up in life – I get that. I’ve had some difficulties losing jobs, income etc. I had some money set aside, fortunately, and survived the rough spots.

But people who refuse to take responsibility for themselves and their dependents aggravate me to no end. It’s essentially a crime if you think about it.

Clicked the link. The only surprises were that she has pale skin and has apparently been paying her rent.

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