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Food for thought

When I read or hear of Minorites loving welfare I think how those in know actually love having minorities on welfare.

Hair care in minority communities is huge business. There is a reason Koreans own/operate Black hair care shops. It is a money maker. When minorities concentrate their money within their communities they create jobs. However it takes money out of circulation in the larger community. It is then we see legislation that forces the money into the larger community.

I am not against regulations that benefit the public welfare. I do question legislation that is designed to hinder the freedoms of a particular group.

It may seem small. I may be off base. However I find it to be horse pucky to claim minorities love welfare while inhibiting the ability of minorities to be self sufficient.


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