In Entitlement America, The Head Of A Household Of Four Making Minimum Wage Has More Disposable Income Than A Family Making $60,000 A Year.For out-of-towners seeking “four-star’’ accommodations here, there’s The Waldorf, The Pierre, The Plaza — and the city’s homeless shelters.
“People pay $3,000 for an apartment here, and I get to live here for free!” said Michal Jablonowski, 25, who moved back to the city from his native Poland three years ago and is now staying in a Bowery shelter.
“I have food. I have health care. It’s great,’’ Jablonowski said.“Here, the city supports you. The city helps you with everything.’’
City shelters boasting generous resources have increasingly become havens for out-of-towners, statistics show.
free everything, courtesy of NYC taxpayers. another unintended consequence of a bad, liberal ildea.
All of us working our tails off for less than $60,000 a year should get in line too, shouldn't we?