Monday, March 12, 2012 7:53:19 AM
If I'm correct, I believe that she is required to inform the Department of Social Services (or whatever the Mich. equivalent is called) about a change of circumstance, and if they find that she has not informed them (like a news program highlighting her story) she can be fined or possibly prosecuted.
I`m not sure about Michigan but that is the case in Virginia.
Saturday, March 10, 2012 7:46:03 AM
I personally have been out of work disabled for over 7 years now. I have refused to even look into welfare because I don't need it as much some people. I did look into disability after 5 years of no income, however, my wife makes to much according to them. Which isn`t true, she makes enough to support us, but barely. If it came down to it and I had to work, I`d go back to washing dishes or something that`s easy on my body.
Friday, March 9, 2012 5:30:08 AM
Alright. So in your misery filled world the guy who's in a car accident at 21 and suffers severe brain damage should just be left alone to fend for himself because he hasn`t paid into a system that many people never need.. Including me.. Yeah that might make sense to the retarded.
PS: You`re a teabagger sucking on the government nipple. In other words a hypocrite.
Friday, March 9, 2012 5:19:28 AM
madest: I'm for entitlements for those that have actually worked for a living and paid into the system. Not the people who have been on welfare for generations and never plan on doing anything but sitting on their ass and having kids.
Also, please drop the teabag insult, that`s very childish of you.