His solution, when government programs don’t work we should stop paying taxes. Your solution, when government programs don’t work, blame conservatives for cutting taxes. Neither of these are going to actually solve the problem
Well, Jordan Bray, I liked it.
Jon D Thornton

I ended up becoming a professor of social policy. I did so because I was drawn out of poverty by a federal antipoverty program. One that you have never heard of. Why? Because conservatives won’t fund it sufficiently for it to help more than 5% of eligible candidates.

I know the power of a successful government program. I know how powerfully wrong you are.

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