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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 7, 2006 at 17:16

Why does Denmark give out so much welfare to people perfectly capable of working? The U.S. does the same. That just makes people come flocking to your country with their hands held out. I think if we cut off welfare programs to people capable of working (you know, like people with two arms and two legs) we would take care of many problems. I think the people who have time to riot day in and day out are really just bored and need to get a job anyway. How can they be feeding their obedient wives and children at home when their men are constantly in the streets?
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