Author Topic: MSNBC's Touré: 'Jobs' Is ‘An Ineffective Anti-Poverty Program’  (Read 230 times)

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Offline Cincinnatus

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It is increasingly difficult to decide who is the biggest idiot on that network. Toure' is certainly a top contender.

MSNBC's Touré Neblett, who recently condoned consumers lying to corporations like Amazon to get discounts to which they aren't entitled, really needs to stay away from Twitter — or have someone screen his tweets.

On Tuesday, he tweeted (HT Twitchy) that "Many in poverty are working poor w two jobs. So 'jobs' is an ineffective anti poverty program." Note that he didn't indicate that "jobs" might not be the whole answer, which in some instances may be the case. He instead asserted that the idea of creating jobs and encouraging poor people to get them is "ineffective" as a way to get them out of poverty.
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