Urine or u're out

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paying taxes

I work. They pay me.
I pay my taxes, and the government distributes my taxes as it sees fit.
In order to get that paycheck, I am required a pass a random urine test, with which I have no problem.
What I do have a problem with is the distribution of my taxes to people who don’t have to pass a urine test.
So, here is my question:
Shouldn’t one have to pass a urine test to get a welfare check because I have to pass one to earn it for them?
Please understand, I have no problem with helping people get back on their feet. But I do have a problem with helping someone sit on their butt doing drugs while I work!
Can you imagine how much money each state would save if people have to pass a urine test to get a public assistance check?
We can call the program “Urine or You’re Out!”
One last thought:
All politicians, including the one in the White House who goes around passing out free Obama welfare phones, should have to pass a urine test too!
And while they’re at it, they should also have to pass an intelligence test, a common sense test, and an understanding the Constitution test as well, because by their actions they show they lack intelligence, have no common sense, and are bent on shredding the U.S. Constitution into pieces. 🙁
H/t my sis-in-law Shireen
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Urine or u're out

  1. That would be one way of thinning out the herd of criminals in D.C. I doubt if 10 to 15% could pass a working knowledge of the constitution test . As far as common sense goes …………………………….!

     
  2. How selfish of you not wanting to be an “ENABLER!” Those drugs are expensive. How do you expect those leeches to pay for their habits? Oh, wait a minute . . . those would be my tax dollars also! Never mind. We should piss on ’em instead of pissing in a bottle. Great post, I don’t like it, I love it! J.

     
  3. They say it will cost too much for everyone to get a test. Now let’s make everyone pee, but only test Random if they fail the test, they are suspended from income for one year that will pay for the tests! I would think it would stop a lot of them from doing drugs because they will never know when they will be tested!

     
    • I think I agree w/what you wrote here, but the syntax made it difficult to understand. I agree if what you wrote was meant to be: “Let’s make everyone pee, and if they fail the test, they are suspended from income for one year. That will pay for the tests!” The random testing should apply 100% of the time anyone wants to be eligible. Alcohol should be factored in as well, using the breathalyser standard. And yes, I drink red wine, etc.

       
  4. I studied for a urine test so I would be sure to pass

     
  5. Florida is the only state that has passed such a law and actually followed up on it … about 2% tested positive for a savings of less than $100k per year.
    Estimated cost of the program is roughly $178 million annually.
    Got any more great ideas?

     
    • Hey, Ryan Masters,
      While you’re at it, you really should have included the following info:
      1. During Florida’s four-month drug-testing run in 2011, according to Department of Children and Families data, while only 2.6% percent of applicants who took the test failed, that doesn’t account for people who walked away from the application process because they were on drugs.
      2. The whole thing is moot now any way because Florida’s drug-testing law has been on hold ever since an Orlando judge’s temporary injunction on Oct. 24, 2011. A ruling this Feb. 26 from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta affirmed the injunction.
      Got any more great ideas?

       

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