Among the more disparaging comments are from those right wingers who would kick dirt in the face of people who are down and out and missing out on the expansion of the economy and the benefits from a good job that pays a living wage. Not stuck at Walmart and a couple other jobs to try to make ends meet. I have met and known too many people that do work two to three jobs to put food on the table to the extent they are able. So many believe those have-nots have made a conscious decision to be poor and hungry. Bull Sxxt. And the people that blame social assistance as the blame for all of our problems. The fact of the matter is Social Assistance costs $59 billion per year. No small amount until you learn that Corporate Welfare costs all of us $95 billion per year. If you were to "fix" welfare which end would you start with, the larger or the small amount? When I've asked this question of Republicans they don't reply an answer. So I prod for an answer and they universally respond that Corporations are the job creators, as if that makes it acceptable for highly profitable companies to squeeze money out of the people. Bull Sxxt again. WE are the job creators. If we don't, won't or can't buy the products from any manufacturer they have nothing without us. Without demand from US CUSTOMERS they would have nothing, no stock bonuses, no multimillion dollar salaries, no CEO's, no CFO's, no mansions and they could take their place in the unemployment line. Believe it or not $95 billion dollars welfare to a highly profitable business is not a good investment for us "average Joes". The big keep getting bigger, much of it from mega trillion dollar tax cuts we've watched go to the 1% over the past 35 plus years. Those poor people who need some help will put every penny and nickel back into the economy. Those millionaires and billionaires will never put any of the tax cuts into the economy. They can't spend their current fortunes, the very reason their fortunes continue to grow while paying for multiple mansion homes, airplanes and yachts. Don't hate your fellow man for missing some of the breaks in life that others seem to find.