Why does David Cameron insist on disability cuts that even sickened his own party?
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Sense, as usual, from Sonia Poulton; idiotic opinions from some of the regular suspects:
Poulson, like so many breast-beating, "Everything must be free - let someone else pay," professional agitators, should know that Cameron certainly Isn't out of touch with the mass of the general public, who already pay the £40-plus Billion a year spent on various welfare goodies, and are now beingexpected to pay even more by well-paid do-gooders like her! Welfare benefits are intended to pay for Essential needs to people who genuinely can't work - they were never intended to pay for "free"cars, free home-extensions, free carers, free Council Tax, or "free" whatever, this new Benefit Industry and it's self-interested, well-paid staff think that they can screw out of the rest of the public who actually do all the paying! And, as matter of policy, No benefit-dependent recipient should EVER be placed in better liviing conditions than the averagely paid worker -to do so just robs those workers of any incentive to keep on working, and increases the resentment of those who do!
- John Smith, Birmingham, England, 1/2/2012 12:51
Maybe if David Cameron stopped importing all the trash from Europe we would be in a better position to actually look after our disabled population. Multi nationalist countries might bring cheap labour but it creates bitterness and apathy among British nationalists. Short term profit create long term damage to Britain and who cares, certainly not the ones who are reaping the benefits by using the cheap labour to fill their own pockets. The ones that do care seem powerless to do anything about it. (MONEY TALKS). David Cameron has no solution to the vast amount of people who are abusing the benefit system it seems his only way to stop it is to make everyone suffer. How about setting up some private companies with the rights to investigate suspected fraudsters with pay by results rewards given on a percentage of the yearly savings to the government.
- Grumpy Grandpa, Livingston, 1/2/2012 19:02
Unmoderated if you fancy giving John Smith a piece of your mind.