If only both sides would actually read the Bible instead of cite out of context phrases.
Dallas Dunlap

The real issue is whether the duty to help the poor is a duty of individuals, or whether it mandates that Christians support government redistribution of income.

One thing you can be sure of is that Christ certainly wouldn’t be supportive of his followers blocking and obstructing efforts to help the poor so it renders your clearly biased and loaded question completely moot. Further making your point moot is our Constitutional separation of church and state. Your religious views have no relevance to the discussion of the responsibility of the state to all of its citizens, not just the wealthy ones.