Murral, that is the thing about you and other liberals making assumptions about others. I know you spend money like there is no tomorrow because that is what you shared. You call me a penny pincher, when you know next to nothing about what I have done with my money. I did not say I never spend money, far from it. I told you I spend money wisely, which are two totally different things. The money we have has come from working hard and I want to spend my money the way I see best, not give it to the government to waste and do more harm than good.
If you are truly the hard working guy you claim to be why do you want to support a government that does not value hard work? That is what happens when you let the government decide how to spend your money. If I chose to help someone in need, which we do every month, I want to pick the people I help in the way that will do the most good. I do not just throw money at everyone that walks up to me with their hands out. I want a plan to be in place that will get them on their feet, so there is money available for the next person that may come along that needs help because of a bad situation. It is so much easier for a group to help one person at a time than the way the government has been handling the most needy for too long. Adding to the list of people on government aid does not get people out of poverty. Keeping people in poverty, by giving them pennies, instead of a plan to make dollars is just cruel.