A good write-up on the true moral nature of people accepting responsibility for their own life rather than relying on the Federal Government to to the "Great Provider". I especially liked the following, but it is all good:
" ... One worker was given an award for overcoming “mountain pride” and getting more people to sign up. Where I grew up in Alabama, all honest work, even the hardest, was honored. And pride, self-respect, and a desire to be independent was valued, not a thing to be overcome.
Isn’t it a better goal to help more Americans find good-paying jobs, to have the pride and self-respect that comes from that? Isn’t this a superior form of compassion that has a more solid moral foundation?"
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