Is Social Security reducing the ability of disabled American citizens who could still be working? (FredFroese/iStockphoto)
Is Social Security reducing the ability of disabled American citizens who could still be working?
(FredFroese/iStockphoto)

The Dysfunctionality of the Federal Disability Program

April 2, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
 

Disability checks issued by the federal government are growing every year and are doing so to an extent that is unsustainable to the U.S. economy and counterproductive to some of the beneficiaries.

Each month, 14 million checks averaging $1,000 each are written out by the government to disabled people. Some of these pricey handouts are ill-vetted, and tend to destroy any incentive for disabled people to perform any gainful work. Disability, it would appear, means inability.

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