Advocates for disabled fight cuts
This isn't the same budget fight advocates for the disabled have encountered in recent years.
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Since: Sep 08
#1 Feb 6, 2011
from the article .....
"A lot of these people are very aware, they want to have a job. Just give them the chance," Martin said. "They want to be part of society.
Well there are MANY men and women with families to support that "just want a job". The bottom line is that healthy productive workers provide the means that can take care of these people by way of revenue through taxes and business growth. Protecting the weak will not foster a strong economy nor will it provide for the vulnerable.
Priorities, it's all about priorities.....
Since: May 08
#2 Feb 6, 2011
How about jobs for the mainstream worker first???
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