Kirsten Gillibrand doesn’t think people should have to ‘depend’ on coworkers, friends, and or family for help when caring for themselves or their family. No no, she thinks the government is the answer … like the good little Democrat she is.
Who thinks like this? You know what, don’t answer that.
No parent should have to depend on the compassion and generosity of coworkers to care for a seriously ill child. We need national paid family leave now. https://t.co/ipSpeuMs9J
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) April 25, 2019
No parent should ever be fooled into believing the government is compassionate or gives a single damn about them or their family.
And Kirsten wants to be president.
Yeah … no.
Federal civil servants have been doing this sort of thing (compassionate care of co-workers in need) for DECADES- it’s called “leave donation”, and pre-dates the emergence of GoFundMe etc.
— Clara Moraga (@moragaclara1) April 26, 2019
So wait, you mean the government doesn’t need to be responsible for our paid medical leave? Get outta here!
Teachers do this all the time. It’s not an uncommon practice. Just like teachers work incredibly hard days for too low of pay, and yet still spend their evenings and weekends grading and planning. Teachers are so giving and awesome, and so unappreciated. @BetsyDeVosED
— Acostafied (@CAMHSbbmom) April 26, 2019
Because a government that only sees us as a statistic and a source of revenue will care for us better than people who know us? Mmkay… pic.twitter.com/HRi9As1018
— partially redacted jules (@ImJuliCaldwell) April 26, 2019
paid for by whom?
— Mitch Walker (@309thedr) April 26, 2019
Kirsten ain’t writin’ a personal check, we can tell you that much.
That’s why they have GoFundMe, so people know what there money goes to. Not government who will steal and spend the funds irresponsibly.
— Randy 🐻 Bot-Bear (@_MNmisfit) April 26, 2019
Is depending on the compassion and generosity of the government better?
— CCA Unwin (@CCAUnwin) April 26, 2019
Has Al Franken endorse you for President yet?
— Murray Steinard (@Lensman23) April 26, 2019
Yes, let's take away things that bring us closer and let us feel good about ourselves and our world and replace it with something that takes it out of our hands and minds and will therefore make it one more thing bureaucracy and gov't creates more apathy for others over because
— Codified Likeness Utility (@parkerrm39) April 26, 2019
Government is rarely if ever the answer.
Sorry, not sorry.