Nothing isolated about it. Come to my side of town someday to go grocery shopping. See what these food stamp people put in their carts. Count how many children they have. Explain why they need my tax money for food, but then buy all kinds of pet food and supplies, cigarettes, and alcohol with cash. Follow them outside to the parking lot and see what kind of vehicle they drive. Maybe then you'll learn something.<quoted text>
Had you extended your precious private education beyond the high school level, you might have learned the danger of developing positions based upon isolated anecdotes. But it is interesting to note that, in addition to being proud to be a slave to your corporate masters, you also would rather use your country's tax dollars to fund a foreign war rather than help your fellow citizens. We are getting to know you much better.
Education teaches you some things about life, but experience teaches you the most. One of the most important lessons in life to learn is not being a Sap. Quit being a sucker for all these sob stories. Learn how these leeches are robbing our country. The more you pander to players, the more advantage they will take of you.