You want to know what a socialism-based nanny-State looks like? Look no further than Germany where this family of deadbeats enjoys all the modern comforts of life in a stress-free environment for years without having to work, while their jobs are guaranteed when and if they want to return. Here are a few of the memorable quotes that explain how things might be here if The One has his way for eight years....
-“If we were in Detroit, we could worry every minute,” said Sarah Fuerstenberger, 37. “But here, we’re safe because of the system."
-While economic forecasts are just as dire on this continent as in the United States, Germany’s citizens — and, indeed, most across western Europe — can count on a broad government safety net that includes generous unemployment checks, universal healthcare and inexpensive university education to tide them over.
-“The German government is really good about taking care of people; we know we won’t be starving one way or another," she added.
-“I hadn’t even thought of the word ‘recession,’” said Sarah, a Detroit native who has lived in Germany on and off since college.
-Jan decided to go back to a former employer, KST-MotorenVersuch, that had been eager to rehire him. To widen his employment opportunities, he decided to leave the role of test engineer and go into sales — but not before taking more than two months of elterngeld, government-paid parental leave.
-In Germany, couples can divide 14 months of paid parental leave between them. Beyond that, a mother’s job is secure for three years per child.
“Because we had two (in quick succession), I could take six years off and have a safe job,” said Sarah, who will probably stay home until 8-month-old Noah is three.
This is the socialist utopia that demented liberals dream about for America. A carefree world where nobody earns too much, wealth is equally distributed among the classes, and you don't have to work if you don't want to. The benevolent government will provide for all your needs and you have no responsibilities.
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