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Old 05-17-2013, 08:05 PM   #10
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This is a tricky one. When you see both sides of the issue, it's hard to decide. I don't think poorer people should be profiled, but when you see the abuses to the system, you know something needs to be done.

I have a family member who needs assistance and is barely making it. The hoops she has to jump through to just to receive a little assistance is crazy. And even through all the red tape, the ones who abuse the system keep right on getting the assistance.
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