Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Where is the American Work Ethic?

      I say "shame on those who are not willing to work for a living but wait for others to take care of them!" Most of the people I know were taught that if you don't work, you don't eat, unlike what Liberals are teaching today--that people are 'entitled' to everything they want just because they're alive!  Arnold Ahlert says it much better than I can:

Columnist Arnold Ahlert: "I'm guessing there are legions of Americans who have little concern about being liberated from the increasingly anachronistic concepts known as decency, dignity, integrity, morality and hard work. There was a time within my lifetime when the idea that going on the dole was a liberating event would have been treated as the ridiculous -- and pernicious -- garbage it truly is. And those promoting it would have been treated like the pariahs they are. Nowadays? Not so much. Or maybe not at all. As one who observes the trajectory of our culture, I wonder if there's any kind of behavior short of murder or child molestation that has any stigma whatsoever attached to it any more. ... One thing is certain: the 'fundamental transformation' of our nation into the Slacker States of America has a limited shelf life. Here's hoping that the political party promoting such a poisonous ideology has even more limited shelf life."

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