Friday, February 24, 2012
Poverty is a business in America
The 19th century statesman John C. Calhoun warned against allowing government to divide us into "tax-payers and tax-consumers." This, he said, "would give rise to two parties and to violent conflicts and struggles between them, to obtain the control of the government."
We have become that country. It can not survive.
Pat breaks down "Poverty" in America, here.
Posted by K at 8:06 AM