Letters to the Editor

Education breaks the cycle

Blacks cannot get off welfare. There are no jobs that they would want to do. Who wants to work at a fast food restaurant? At least on welfare they can maintain their dignity. They want the opportunity that whites have. They want to be raised in good homes by good parents. They feel their opportunities were lost at that point so they won’t even try. The government has to step in and give their children the best opportunities of a good education to break the cycle. Or if welfare were abolished then they would be forced to work and their children would see their hard work and work hard themselves. The parents would then want their children to have a better life and encourage them to succeed. Which option is best is up to us voters.

Luke Morell