I have no idea what you wish me to see in this article. Clearly you lack the ability to articulate a point.<quoted text>
Mike, do you think this "abuse" of the system only happens in California?
I noticed you nor the bleeding hearts on here didn't respond to this article. Could it be, this type of abuse happens by more than only "some"? You get on here and whine about how the children suffer if entitlements benefits are cut. Do children really need liquor from the liquor store, cigarettes, the need to gamble and go on cruises? This was only in ONE state, what about the other 49 states? Think about how much money is pissed away on abuse by "some" in the system if you would add abuse by the other 49 states.
I guess I will have to ask and answer the questions, seeing as how you cannot even ask a reasonable question.
Is their fraud? Absolutely, and I have never denied this. So what are you arguing? Make a point please.
Is fraud increasing? I cannot say, can you?
Should we stop the programs that have fraud? No. If we did, likely every program ever conceived would have to be stopped.
Can we put in place rules to slow abuse? I am sure we can and we have. Clinton did so. I do not live in California, and cannot vote for those who make rules in California. Looks like they are trying to police fraud. Again, what is your point?
Is the fraud in welfare costing us so much, it is hurting America? I doubt it. Can you show a number that proves your point?