It is the bitterest of ironies that those with the most resent those with the least so much. That and the truly bizarre concept that nothing could have been bought in more prosperous times. Then there is the amazing mind set that seems to think that the infamous wide screen TV still costs thousands and not that it is actually something that can be picked up for little more than a hundred…. providing of course the buyer is willing to take it home with a few Black Friday bargain hunters hanging off the edges of the box.
Here in the UK, we are fortunate that our government is very supportive of poverty, they have even put together a package of generous policies that incentivise ordinary tax payers: it’s a scheme where you pay in installments with a built-in guarantee of getting absolutely nothing back. A welcome move that ensures almost anyone can now become poor with hardly any effort at all. There’s never been a better time to be poor.
Iain Duncan Smith has put together a generous and useful additional package of support that will successfully remove that stubborn remaining income in the form of ghastly lifeline benefits, so you needn’t put up with being unfortunately able to make those ends meet a moment longer, thanks to the genius of Mr Duncan Smith’s fair and much needed cuts and sanctions. Politics with principles.
And what better way to guarantee your highly privileged status of vagabondage and…
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