The Sun interviewed a Lithuanian immigrant to the UK who is quite pleased to live her life on the public dole, and offers no apologies for sponging off the taxpayers.
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“There’s no chance we’re leaving. British benefits give me and my daughter a good life.” (Read More)
She did complain that the government does not provide her with a private nanny, as opposed to the public nursery school she doesn’t have to pay for. Oh, and she does work a maximum of 16 hours per week from home so she has cash to pay the minimum payments on her maxed out credit cards.
This is the model the progressives are following here in the US. Just think of President Obama’s Julia.