The Red Arrow wrote:
Two for the price of one commenting on the latest unemployment figures. Mercifully amongst the three worst-rated.
This proves yet again the evils of the welfare state. If we'd only abolish benefits people would work harder to keep their jobs and then the economy would be more productive. Abolish welfare and watch the jobless rate fall. The money saved on welfare could then be spent on projects that benefit the nation, as well as being used to give tax-cuts to bankers and other wealth creators.
- William, Denton, 18/1/2012 11:20
From an unemployed person with a positive attitude . - paul foster, bognor regis UK, 18/1/2012 15:08++++++++It's good to see you have a positive attitude. What would be better would be if you spent your time actively looking for work rather than wasting it posting comments on the internet.
- Flip, In Hell, 18/1/2012 15:35
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z1jwGbM6qU
The one in between's not much better:
Of course there is work out there if people are prepared to find it. If people think there is no work where they live, they should move to where there is work. If they do not move, they are clearly not actively seeking work and so all their benefits should be stopped.
- Brian, Solihulll, 18/1/2012 13:08
In fact, Solihull seems to be a lair of cunts today:
I don't think people necessarily want work houses back, but we do need a scheme where people are offered safe lodgings and food in return for labour. Nothing to do with slavery, but when the pot is empty and there is no money to pay the massive benefits bill, or housing costs, what will we do? Did you read the article about the people in Hong Kong who are forced to live in 6ft x 2ft cages? We don't know we're born! I'd sooner have a room with a bed, and given 3 square meals a day in return for my labour, than be on the streets.
- Victoria, Solihull, 18/1/2012 12:59