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Louise M.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cool Blue wrote:
Welfare isnt as easy to get on as everyone assumes.

I know that they still have to show that they are looking for work by handing in a sheet listing all the places that they applied. The sheet has to be signed by the owner of the business where you apply.

One trick they have is to give a friend's phone number and if called will vouch for them. Getting a signature is no big deal for those wanting to avoid work and workfare.

There are tricks to get around this though.

Fraud is rampant in the welfare system. Fraudsters know everything in the book. Many of them are able bodied who collect welfare and work for wages paid under the table. Read black labour market. The number of new cars owned by dwellers in subsidized housing neighborhoods is mind boggling.
the silent platform

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 11:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

FascistLibertarian wrote:
Welfare isnt as easy to get on as everyone assumes.
People on werlfare should get drug tested, have suprise inspections, show they are actively looking for work, and be audited.

that would require hiring more people to do this. expanding the bureaucracy and wasting more taxpayer money.

i'm with the six months and you're cut off except in extreme circumstances idea.

i've been from the bottom to the top to the bottom again and i have never had to go on welfare. granted i have had help from family and friends, but no one should require more than 6 months welfare.

"Welfare isnt as easy to get on as everyone assumes."

well, getting a job is. so get a job!
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