jhuseman wrote:Social services can actually be cash. Welfare and pension services all pay direct cash, and they are still considered social services.
Your problem is that, and Britain is right on this, that wouldn't actually be a net increase. You would still be putting out the same amount of cash, just in a different form. Plus, that would eliminate thousands of jobs because you would be getting rid of so many welfare offices.
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