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In these days it seems like another thing has been corrupted by lazy unmotivated people that think that they have found an easy way to make it by in life This is being special rights Every person has an excuse nowadays to be supported by some kind of right that the rest of society is violating So why does it seem that over the years special rights have been turned into extra rights Every group that demands these rights doesnt want to be equal but they want to have more than the people that have quote-unquote suppressed them and we as every day citizens that work hard for our money should not have to pay for their laziness or excuses The first reason why we should not have to pay for them in our taxes is that for the simple reason they abuse these programs Just look at unemployment once there on they pretty much stay on for as long as they can They being the government always say that unemployment is always dropping but why do we always have to pay more and more for it Another abuse of special rights programs is the fact that there are so many of them People start making classifications as to what they are and the more names that get thrown in the more people feel sorry for so they give more money I for one cannot stand these programs and wish they would all get cancelled People also stay on the programs longer than they should They should only get a couple months to get up and going again because anyone should be able to find any job it doesnt matter what it is in lets say two months Who cares if its picking up garbage or sweeping floors its better than nothing is it But then again why should they they can get more staying at home than working for minimum wage Hey thats
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