Anti Poverty

"The most important anti-poverty effort is growing the economy and making sure there are enough jobs out there," Obama said Friday at a White House news conference.

But then he says in the address to the school children "staying in school longer makes you more successful"

One of the ways I define success in life is financial prosperity.

No that is not the number one way success is measured, but it's certainly very important.

Why does The President think taxing the very people who create REAL jobs is an anti-poverty effort?  Why does The President think that when he takes away the working man's money to create government jobs that he is battling poverty?  Tell me why?  Because I REALLY do not understand the cockamamie logic there.

Look at the wealthiest people in the world.  They didn't waste most of their life sitting in school.  They built business.  They educated themselves.  They helped real people.  They invented.  They created.  They broke out of the mold that 95% of the population is stuck in.  They kicked their own rear end out the door every day and took care of their families without receiving handouts from the government.

Sit in school

Get a job.

Pay TONS of taxes.

Live off the government.

And you will be taken care of.

It's all a pack of lies.

You know what really fights poverty?  Self reliance and selfless behavior.

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