You're a beautiful person. Dave."Some unemployed people said the loss of benefits might drive them to take minimum- wage jobs to get by until they can find work at their skill level and in their field. Richard Mattos, 59, of Salem, Ore., has been out of work since March, when he was laid off as a case manager at a social services organization. Without the unemployment income, Mattos said he and his wife will have enough money for one month's worth of bills. Almost every day, he visits employment centers run by the state of Oregon or Goodwill Industries International. "I don't know what we're going to do," he said. "We could end up homeless because of this.""
I am flabbergasted by the entitlement mentality that now exists.
When is check day for you?
And a spiritual genius. It's beautiful how your own experiences have led you to have so much empathy for others in the same boat. This is why I treasure your counsel so much.The government wasn't there when Dave packed a family in a little car with everything they could carry with no where to go and $200 to get there with, or a few other bad economic times.
But you're not bitter, envious or resentful.are you?And far from just Dave. Such has happened to millions and millions of workers over decades because of layoffs. But let it be white collar or parasitic professions and the government dumps money in their laps. I believe they tend to be liberal Democrats.
Have a nice day.