Philadelphia freeloaders sleep peacefully, while their two year old wanders the park unsupervised.

According to a recent MSN News story a two-year old boy and his four-year old sister are in the hands of Philadelphia’s child welfare agency after the two-year old was found wandering barefoot in a park sometime Friday night. Must be this family was trying to take advantage of  the generosity of the taxpayers in “The City Of Brotherly Love”!

Filthy freeloaders! Am I right? Sending their two-year old to wander around in the park, so CPS would take BOTH their kids off their hands, so they can be free to play Frisbee in the park all day and eat their food stamps food, and talk on their Obama phones! Why didn’t their parents get a job or two, each? Easy! They wanted to live high on the hog at taxpayer expense! Everybody KNOWs that people CHOOSE to be homeless! Am I right?

Wake up America!  I know you are broke!  We all are!  But as the time draws near to elect a new president, I am seeing a lot of focus on who is going to do what to the welfare program.

Yeah, taking care of the needy is expensive, but your government is lying to you when they tell you the economy is doing just fine.  IT IS NOT!  The fact is, many people living at, or below the poverty line are just not doing well!

And before you get too upset about funding the life style of others out of your own pocket, let’s not forget what kind of life the welfare recipients who live at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue live!

Do something nice for somebody, just because you can!  If you live paycheck to paycheck, buy the coffee for the guy in line behind you.  If you have $10,000 in the bank, buy a tank of heating oil for somebody in your town, if you have $50,000 in the bank help somebody with home, or auto repairs!  HELP YOUR NEIGHBORS!  You never know if you might need their help someday!




Doug Alley

About Doug Alley

I grew up in Bath, Maine in an upper lower class family with 3 step sisters, a step brother, and a little sister. After high school I spent 3 years serving in the USAF at Elmendorf AFB in Anchorage AK. I've competed in, and won, demolition derbies. I've competed in, and never won, stock car races. I am the 47-year-old father of an 11-year-old boy who is pretty sure he is smarter than I ever was. We live on a little less than an acre of land in a 1973 mobile home in Stetson with my wife Jen, some cats, a few chickens, and rabbits, and a couple of goats. I hunt, fish, camp out, dabble in photography, gardening, and I cook in variable degrees of near success.