Hipsters on Food Stamps Part II

  1. We’ve gotten to the point where it is not necessary for everybody to work in order for the system to run.
  2. The labor market runs on supply and demand. Those who can or need to work, are willing to work, and whose skills are in demand are the ones working and paying into the system.
  3. Those who can’t work for whatever reason (criminals, unemployable hipsters, mentally ill, etc) are paid living wages by the system to stay out of the economy. They aren’t needed and aren’t wanted because anything they do will simply make things worse.




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