20 Year Member
- Dec 25, 2002
What more needs to be spoken about Fox news? Fox is Fox. Meanwhile, there is a large portion of this 1.6 million member group who believes they should be gifted a living wage for walking dogs 10 hours a week, subsidized by the people who work 50-80 hours a week, regularly work weekends, etc.
The fact this person thought there was any chance whatsoever they were going to be able to represent their position accurately, much less sympathetically on a Fox news talking head segment is indicative of the completely divorced-from-reality way these people approach life in general. If these people were shamed like this more often and forced to face it, they might not be in the position they are in now, hating their lives and waiting for the world to lift them up.
I’m not to clear on what it is the No-work subreddit advocates for. I’m sure the women on TV they interviewed was a moron but I won’t immediately discount things such as a guaranteed basic income or that all jobs pay a fair wage.
I doubt they have one strong creed or even a platform with specific items they’re advocating for.
Obviously “no work” doesn’t make sense. If you lived free of government on a thousand acres of fertile land by yourself you’d still need to do “work” in order to survive.