The National Council of Free Handouts is demanding the government establish a four year plan to make poverty a priority, as if we weren't impoverished enough already by lobby groups and bureaucrats who grow fat from the proceeds of the hard work of others.
Canadians want the government to put a higher priority on fighting poverty, according to a new report by the National Council of Welfare.The actual result of such a scheme is that less and less of the funds collected in the war against poverty go to those most in need and instead are redirected to those who least deserve it - i.e. the administrators of plans reminiscent of those implemented by the most staunch Soviets.
A partial list of some of the respondents joining the line with their hand out:
Of the great number of grassroots, service, labour, corporate and other organizations that have contributed to making the questionnaire a success, many have agreed to be named, including:
Friday, January 26, 2007
Posted by Lisa Turner on Friday, January 26, 2007