A poor person doesn't have a cell phone.<quoted text>
That begs the question about your other rant that government support for poor AMERICANS isn’t necessary. If the only jobs available are part time how is a person supposed to provide shelter, food, clothes AND health care for their family?
A poor person doesn't have the money to buy alcohol and drugs and tatoos and stolen guns.
A poor person doesn't have the luxury of bing idle all day and playing basketball at midnight.
Billion dollar drug cartels don't sell drugs in poor neighborhoods because there's no money in poor neighborhoods.
... etc., etc., etc.
There are no poor people in the United States. There are more beds and meals waiting than there are homeless.
If you don't want to be what you call "poor", do these things:
1) Don't drop out of school.
2) Study while you're in school.
3) Don't have children before you're married.
4) Get a job and show up for work every day on time.
5) Do what you're paid to do while you're at work.
If you do the above 5 things, you will never be what you call "poor". You will have everything you're trying to take from the people who did the above 5 things.
What is needed is a community organizer that can lead people to do the above 5 things and become a successful part of the economy.
Offhand, I can't think of anyone who has done that.