By by Jim Campbell
November 19, 2019
My first serious job while I was in college and for two years after I worked as a Repoman for General Motors Acceptance Corporation, the financial arm of General Motors.
GMAC Repossession Policy: A complete joke in that I never knew they existed or visited with a customer who read one.
I saw first-hand something very disturbing car payments, usually, Cadillacs and Buick Riviera’s were paid for but only when the welfare check came.
I quickly put together that when I knocked on the door or rang the bell, the male individual in the home or apartment would bolt out the back door.
Why was that?
Thank you, Democrats, circa 1966 and for another “Feel Good Policy,” that failed.
How many politicians have pledged, I will end welfare as we know it?
Of course, there was Obama who told us if we liked our doctors we could keep them and if we liked our health care providers we could keep them all part of his many lies.
That’s right Obama became known as the Food Stamp “Resident.”
The U.S. Voter whom I hold in utter contempt, I give a pass to on Obama’s first election.
He was a smooth talker, Black and promised “Hope and Chang,”
It never happened, so second term Obama voters, mostly black and poor whites voted him in again, just could not get them off of the socialist “Free stuff, that was not free.”
Government-mandated employee perks might sound like a good way to help out working women, but, in reality, these programs do more harm than good.
European women are already paying the price, and American women might be next.
Carrie Lukas, President of Independent Women’s Forum, explains how keeping the government out of the workplace goes a long way toward keeping women in it.