>> In defiant contradiction of the 1996 welfare-reform law's Section 406, "Mandatory Work Requirements," the administration has announced a program to grant waivers to states that want to try "alternative" approaches. Those can include "multi-year career pathways" and "a comprehensive universal engagement system in lieu of certain [work] participation-rate requirements."N.B.: "in lieu of." The administration is letting states substitute non-work for work. That is, indeed, gutting the work requirement......Obama administration assurances to the contrary. Their reasoning seems to be: (1) Romney says Obama weakened welfare reform; (2) the Obama administration says it hasn't; (3) therefore, Romney is lying.Gosh, who could possibly argue with that?..... the Democratic Party faithful insist Romney is wrong because "the president said it, I believe it, and that settles it." Who says religion and politics don't mix? <<http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/rtd-opinion/2012/sep/04/t...arrete
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