After I beat the s.o.bees , got my unemployment payments reinstated and, not long thereafter, got a job, getting off proved a little more difficult. They wanted proof, so I sent them paycheck stubs and then got a ruling that I was taken off not because I was no longer eligible (the truth), but because I no longer wanted the benefits.
It is almost like the local office gets rewarded for every family they can sign-up and punished for every household which gets off.
“It is almost like the local office gets rewarded for every family they can sign-up and punished for every household which gets off. “
Yup, is’t harder to get off of assistance than to get on. They don’t like anyone leaving the plantation.
Before he Passed Away, my Father got a call from a Social Worker that deals with Residents in the Retirement Community he lived in.
Based on my Father’s SS Income, the guy told him he qualified for Food Stamps. He got him signed up the Program.
I just happened to see the Paperwork sitting on the counter and I asked my Father about it. He didn’t even realize that he was “qualified” to receive $15 a Month in Benefits. Yes, a whopping $15.
Trying to get him off the ridiculous Program took Months. The costs of the time and effort expended by the Public Servants there must have cost thousands of Dollars.
When I thought it was finally resolved, my Father gets another Letter asking him why he hasn’t used the Benefit which rolls over from Month to Month if not used.
By the time my Father Passed Away I’m still not sure if he was still in the System or not.
It was akin to trying to get out of a Timeshare Agreement or getting a dead Democrat off the Voting Rolls.
>>>>>>It is almost like the local office gets rewarded for every family they can sign-up and punished for every household which gets off.<<<<<<<
The size of a bureaucracy only goes one direction ——> Larger
Every person that gets out of the program they run is a threat to their livelihood (in extreme) or at the least, a promotion in another decade or three...