May 22, 2012
commented on I, Anonymous
I'm a doc working at an underserved clinic in DC (NOT funded by the government) and I couldn't agree more.
The whiny liberals on here who are outraged by his comments obviously do not work in fields that help others (barista doesn't count).
You'll actually find that most people who truly work with the "disadvantaged" are repulsed by the infantilism, laziness and sense of entitlement that is rotting the culture. Doesn't fit the liberal narrative but it's the truth.
What's missing in these communities is opportunity, not assistance, cliche as that is. And guess what - it's the white liberals who suck up all the opportunity. They got their tribe, the ghetto's got its tribe, and so on. I challenge anyone who's ever worked in a jail or in the hood for any length of time to defend the proposition that that population needs more "government assistance". Sheesh.
We have created millions of people who can't do a damn thing for themselves.