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welshmoneylover wrote: »
So wrong I agree, I can't wait for the benefit cap to come in :j:j
Person_one wrote: »
You know you won't be getting any more money when it does, right?
I don't think a discussion about benefit policy is particularly helpful on this thread.
seven-day-weekend wrote: »
I think they are more concerned about other people having more money
Anthear wrote: »
Originally Posted by welshmoneylover
"So wrong I agree, I can't wait for the benefit cap to come in"
I wonder how many people 'welshmoneylover' personally knows with Autism/Asperger's?
Here is your challenger, Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms etc 'welshmoneylover' - why don't you try living within the Benefit cap for 6 months - then come back and tell us how you lived it up - went on exotic holidays, shopped in Waitrose, ate out at least twice a week etc.
Are you man/woman enough to agree????
Anthear wrote: »
Absolutely - I do very much. I work with children, some of whom have Asperger's/Autism.
My point was aimed at 'welshmoneylover' who appears to be delighted that thousands of people are going to be considerably worse off due to the benefit cap, amongst those adults are children... but that's OK - it's clearly the parent's fault (sarcasm).
My challenge was for that person to experience the delights of living within that financial ceiling and with the issues associated with being autistic and taking most things very literally. Apologies if I hadn't made myself clear. I completely understand the issues faced by Annbarbs.
-taff wrote: »
Because that will make annbarbs magically well? Or because youcan't bear the idea of someone receiving more in benefits? If she was fraudulently claiming benefits fair enough, but she isn't, as evidenced by her posts.
Your post is totally unhelpful and only shows up what you yourself are like.
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