You refuse to acknowledge plain facts whenever they conflict with your ideology...every single time.<quoted text>
There are some stunning assumptions and omissions.
First off is the assumption of rental assistance. This is not an entitlement, it is a capped program. Some receive it, some do not and there are long waiting lists.
Ditto the assumption of childcare subsidy. In Ohio this is particularly scarce--and depending on the age of one's children may not at all make a dent in what they are calling "disposable income."
And finally there is Medicaid/S-Chip which is listed as 16,000 per year benefit at the lowest level (which is not at all the equivalent of "disposable income,") but there is no similar benefit listed for the family with the $60,000 income--which is more than likely not the case.
But things like that never seem to matter to the folks who spend their days living in envy of the poor.
The fact that a part-time, minimum-wage earning, entitlement recipient can amass more disposable income than a full-time,$60k/yr, independent American can....is a national disgrace.