Here’s a Trump story that’s important, but will probably get lost in the news today. Apparently, while I was at the gym, the president kinda declared war against Syria. On Twitter. I’d give anything for a Forest Gump “that’s all I have to say about that” .gif right now.
But more importantly, let’s talk about welfare. The president thinks you should have to work for it. Kind of like how everyone else has to work hard for the money.
The White House issued a memo that argued those who rely on welfare would have an easier time achieving economic mobility through strengthened work requirements where they already exist, and the creation of new ones where applicable.
“The Federal Government should do everything within its authority to empower individuals by providing opportunities for work, including by investing in Federal programs that are effective at moving people into the workforce and out of poverty,” the executive order states.
The new requirements would apply to those who are able to work, according to the memo.
This is what we call “Good Trump,” a moniker we’re shamelessly stealing from our favorite tumbler pushing Jew. There’s this crazy idea if you are going to except aid from the government, you should use it to actually “get back on your feet.” So you don’t have to keep getting aid from the government. Who
takes gets their money from us. The taxpayers. Who work hard for the money. Work hard for the money. As far as I’m aware, there’s no lucrative career where one can sit couch-side watching infomercials. But if someone has a line on it, tweet me.
Also, hey making people work for their money works (see Mississippi Passes Law Requiring Welfare Recipients to Work. The Results? and Maine Makes Welfare Recipients Work for it. Guess What Happens Next…). See also: all other Americans who work for money.
Kudos to the president on this one.
Now brace for the missiles.