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Q: How about universal income for all?

https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/ontario-throws-in-the-towel-on-universal-basic-income-kennedy?intcmp=ob_article_footer_text&intcmp=obnetwork

 

Let's see, the usual problem is it will work but we could not spend enough money to make it work.

 

I actually hoped it failed, but out of envy that the new generation could sit in mom's basement and play computer games and eat cheetos all day and I did not get that luxury. Well, a good idea that waste money will always be tried again, because the next person is smarter and can do it right the next time. RIGHT. Good luck with that.

3 years 40 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - China

 
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Hard to get free money when the program doesn't last long enough for the immigration paperwork to go through to get my free check and sit on my ass. It's just not fair. Forget this crap, just scale Trump's wall and get food stamps and free shit in California and we get a gun and blow shit up and shit on the sidewalks. Canadians and Europeans are too stingy to share.

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Sure, I'd like to be paid to reenact the lazy song every day. Let other people foot the bill. What could go wrong? 

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