The takers are in charge? Where I’m from, a giver just means someone with a Levanger FK shirt, who pays taxes. Most politicians have done so in their life and most of them haven’t been living entirely on government money. And, if you didn’t know, the entire purpose of a government, in any country, is to tax it’s populace and the turn the population’s money into services for the population, which would be too difficult for any average citizen to oversee on their own. On that point, America has finally reached a point that we, in Denmark, did in the 50’s. You have universal healthcare, even though you couldn’t go through with it entirely without cutting the insurance companies in on the deal. Welfare is not a bad thing. It seems like the word is cursed to you, but I actually consider it a very positive word. You’re probably going to vomit, but I also consider the word “socialist” positive in many a way. I identify as one myself. And I support the welfare state that my country uses 100%. That’s pretty much the only thing about my country that I’m willing to fight to protect. (Don’t really know what Americans are willing to die for.)
All these people saying just move across Canada… Do you not have family? Old people to take care of? Why do I have to choose between staying on the west coast where my family has been for a century and owning a home?I don’t want a Levanger FK shirt or an acre. Even a shack with newspaper insulation and tube and pin wiring (like the one I rent now) would be more than enough.The more rich people that move to my area the worse it becomes for working class generational Canadians. I just want an affordable option. There’s more than enough land here, the prices are what’s ridiculous, and it’s because someone with way too much money will buy it for 300k above asking and rent it out, like their other six houses.
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