The unworthy poor


According to Think Progress, the state of Tennessee is prepared to pass a law that ties welfare benefits to the academic achievement of recipients’ children. As the article states:

The bill is sponsored by Sen. Stacey Campfield, R-Knoxville, and Rep. Vance Dennis, R-Savannah. It calls for a 30 percent reduction in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits to parents whose children are not making satisfactory progress in school.

If one does a search on Google News for “drug testing for welfare”, one learns that at least 36 states have passed or introduced legislation requiring drug testing for welfare applicants. (The GOP controlled House is also mulling similar legislation.) The first state to do so was Florida. The ACLU took the state to court and had the law blocked; its future is uncertain. But the purported purpose of the law—to save money—didn’t quite achieve its goal.

In the four months that Florida’s law was in place, the state drug tested 4,086 TANF applicants. A mere 108 individuals tested positive. To put it another way, only 2.6 percent of applicants tested positive for illegal drugs — a rate more than three times lower than the 8.13 percent of all Floridians, age 12 and up, estimated by the federal government to use illegal drugs. Now might be a good time to remind folks that in the debate over the bill, Gov. Rick Scott argued that this law was necessary because, he said, welfare recipients used drugs at a higher rate than the general population.

None of these laws have been passed or proposed with an eye towards helping welfare recipients get off the dole and move into work. The case of Florida shows that the stated purpose has no relation to reality. But what these laws in fact do is reinforce one of the Right’s favorite bogeymen: the unworthy poor, the welfare queens, the takers leeching off the makers.

And, to a degree, it’s working. Polling in states proposing such measures show overwhelming support for making welfare recipients’ lives as onerous as possible. Virginians support testing by 75%; Georgians by 64%. (These polls were taken shortly after Florida introduced its law.)

The real purpose of these laws is to serve the only tactic which the Right uses: divide and conquer. It’s a means to attain and maintain political power, setting what’s left of the hard-pressed middle class against the poor. And make no mistake: although all this legislation is aimed at “welfare cheats”, the real targets are the American poor, made so by decades of de-industrialization which sent well-paying, blue collar jobs off to low-wage countries; jobs which have been replaced by far lower earning service sector occupations.

The Right has to keep juggling these distractions; if the remaining middle class and the poor ever joined together to aim their ire at the true cause of their problems, the Right and its backers among the 1% would be swept away in a tidal wave of anger. We are starting to see this in the indebted countries of Europe, where citizens protest daily against the austerity measures imposed from Brussels and Berlin. China is starting to experience labor unrest at a level which might threaten the one-party state. The Right in this country has to create a target at which the middle class can direct its anger, fighting over crumbs rather than realizing that there is an entire pie held out of view in very few hands.

The sheer lack of empathy built up by the Right and its enablers in the media since the days of Ronald Reagan has been one of its greatest successes. When homelessness exploded in the 1980’s, it wasn’t long before there were news reports of “compassion fatigue”, where a middle class beginning to feel the effects of conservative economics just couldn’t care about those falling through the gaping holes in the safety net. The steady drumbeat castigating the unworthy poor built up and reached a crescendo in the welfare “reforms” of the 1990’s. Its maintained that plateau, as the middle class shrinks and is made more resentful of the undeserving. This resentment, stoked by the Right, is one of the few things still allowing it to hold onto the power it has. If that ever dissipates, its end will come all the quicker.

I’m not arguing that welfare is a “good” thing. It is, at best, necessary. But by conflating welfare recipients with the broader working poor, the Right is cynically engaging in the “class warfare” it claims to abhor. All the proposed or enacted legislation exists merely to tar all the poor, and set the middle class against them.

President Obama’s jobs program will never pass this Congress, for the mere fact that it would put millions of people back to work, including welfare recipients. The Right can’t have that. And the Right doesn’t actually want to get rid of welfare; the social explosion would be deafening. It’s fine with keeping welfare, but only so as to stigmatize its recipients.

The only thing which will ameliorate welfare is to get people back to work. That’s happening, but slower than we would want. As long as Republicans control the House, the recovery will be threatened. We have to make sure that in 2014 quite a few of those House Republicans from districts which Obama won join the unemployment line. They should experience what their policies have worsened.

89 Responses to “The unworthy poor”

  1. 1 Alycee (@jazziz2)
    April 3, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    Good afternoon!

  2. 4 yardarm756
    April 3, 2013 at 1:50 pm

    Completely off topic compared to the front page. Sorry for the distraction.

    (something to think about)

    1- I used to eat a lot of natural foods until I learned that most people die of natural causes.
    2- There are two kinds of pedestrians . . . The quick and the dead.
    3- Life is sexually transmitted.
    4- Healthy is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
    5- The only difference between a rut and a grave is the depth.
    6- Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.
    7- Have you noticed since everyone has a cell phone these days no one talks about seeing UFOs like they used to?
    8- Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.
    9- All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.
    10- In the 60’s, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.
    11- How is it one careless match can start a forest fire, but it takes a whole box to start a campfire?
    12- Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, ‘I think I’ll squeeze these dangly things and drink whatever comes out’? Hmmmmm, How about eggs ? . . .
    13- If Jimmy cracks corn and no one cares, why is there a song about him?
    14- Why does your OB-GYN leave the room when you get undressed if they are going to look up there anyway?
    16- If corn oil is made from corn, and vegetable oil is made from vegetables, then what is baby oil made from?
    17- Do illiterate people get the full effect of Alphabet Soup?
    18- Does pushing the elevator button more than once make it arrive faster?
    19- Why doesn’t glue stick to the inside of the bottle?

  3. 7 yardarm756
    April 3, 2013 at 1:54 pm

    As Lindsey Graham said that opposing Obama is political. In essence, screw the people as long as we demonize the “n-&&*r!

    • 8 anniebella
      April 3, 2013 at 2:11 pm

      yardarm756, Grahm didn’t have to say a word, we knew all along what the Republicans were up too. We knew they didn’t give a dam about the people, let them suffer. It’s like Rev. Al said these Republicans will gladly sink the ship just to get the captain.

  4. 14 57andfemale
    April 3, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    It’s despicable.

    My husband grew up very poor. Do these bastards understand how hard it is to do well in school when you’re hungry, or embarrassed about your shoes not fitting, or your hand-me-down pants? My husband would be sent out before school at the age of 7 to beg for coal from the supplier, or make promises to pay that he knew his family couldn’t keep. Then you’re supposed to go to school and shine.


    • April 3, 2013 at 2:28 pm

      Yes they do but with most things originating from the GOP they could care less. Strange happenings in Tennessee. From this to some over the top paranoia about a non-existent Muslim takeover. What’s in the water?

      • 16 57andfemale
        April 3, 2013 at 3:03 pm

        We stopped teaching civics. We get our news from Murdoch and Fox. The ability to disseminate lies has become endemic. The press no longer does its job. So yes, there’s serious poison in the water.

  5. 17 anniebella
    April 3, 2013 at 2:14 pm

    Did anyone see Anderson Cooper last night. He had a interview with Conrad Murray from prison.

  6. 18 japa21
    April 3, 2013 at 2:16 pm

    LL, you have been on fire the last couple of days. Great post. And the overall message is extremely important.

    The GOP knows it cannot win on policy. It can only win through demonization.
    It is more than divide and conquer. It is distract, divide and conquer.

    To win elections the GOP must either:
    1) Inflate RW turnout
    2) Deflate Dem turnout
    3) Preferably find a way to do both.

    The first thing to do is distract people away from its actual policies. Focus on things like debt, deficits, etc is all smoke and morrors. It is purely to distract from what their real policies are all about.

    Second is to divide. It does this through moral arguments. Pro-choicers are in favor of killing babies. Anti-war people are terrorist sympathizers. Dems are tax and spenders who want to take your money away and …here is where we get to demonization…give it to those people. “Those people” are robbing you blind and are going to take over the country unless you help us defend you from their machinations. The gay agenda is going to threaten your children. “They” want to take away your guns so you can’t defend yourselves when they come to take you to internment camps.

    Now, not all of those things are going to resonate with everybody, but I know some very good people who are able to get caught up in one or another of them. And that is all they need to create the division.

    Most of the time, this has worked for them. Mainly because they did such a good job of hiding their real intents. That has slowly changed. More and more people are realizing they have been duped and that the GOP really doesn’t care about the moral arguments except as a tactic. In fact, the GOP needs abortion to stay legal. The GOP needs lots of people to stay dependent on the government. The GOP would actually not mind seeing gay marriage legalized so they can increase the outrage in their base.

    And as you point out so well, in order for at least one of those things to remain, the welfare state, they need to keep the economy down. They need to prevent job creation. They need to keep wages down.

    In a word, they need to continue to be traitors to the American people.

  7. April 3, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    Update on this bill. One of our Knoxville area reps (current Knox Co. Dem. chair) told me last night (DM on FB) that it looked like the bill would DIE. However, got another message little bit ago that “We are losing. Get people to call!” I am traveling so won’t be able to update for a couple of hours.

  8. April 3, 2013 at 2:24 pm

  9. 22 japa21
    April 3, 2013 at 2:27 pm

  10. April 3, 2013 at 2:28 pm

    This story deeply touched on 60 minutes of a young man falsely accused of rape:


  11. April 3, 2013 at 2:28 pm

  12. April 3, 2013 at 2:33 pm

  13. April 3, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    • April 3, 2013 at 2:54 pm

      Because he is The Man!

    • 28 Linda
      April 3, 2013 at 3:00 pm

      Now this will be spun as Why isn’t he giving it all back like Sec. Hagel ?

      • 29 57andfemale
        April 3, 2013 at 3:45 pm

        Hagel only gave a portion, didn’t he?

        • 30 jackiegrumbacher
          April 3, 2013 at 4:57 pm

          Yes, he did give a portion, 57. He did this as a gesture of solidarity and that’s what the president is doing. I would love to see Congress step forward and do the same, but I won’t help my breath.

    • 31 Don
      April 3, 2013 at 3:03 pm

      I applaud the gesture, but why does my President have to give back 5% of his salary. I’m so sick and tired of President Obama being subjected to things that no other President has been subjected to. His kids can’t even go on vacation without being singled out and harassed, damn near every time Michelle buys a new outfit she’s questioned about the cost. And the sad part is that I don’t hear anyone from the Democrat Party pushing back on this bullshit. Fine, just don’t ask me for a fucking penny in 14’ and 16’ or whenever else.

      • 32 japa21
        April 3, 2013 at 3:06 pm

        The whole point is that he doesn’t have to. Don’t seen any Congressional people doing it. His doing this tends to make the other politicians look small and petty.

  14. April 3, 2013 at 2:58 pm

    Quick update, then a rest: back from doctor, no really healing yet, too early, but no further damage and bone looks as it should. 4 more weeks on crutches, with physical therapy for knee and torn rotator cuff on right shoulder (associated diagnosis), which might not start until finished with crutches. Now you know what I know. I’m tired. See y’all later. Signed, One of The Working Poor, who is unable to work for a while. This is a fantastic lesson in compassion and gratitude. Hugs all around.

  15. 39 dotster3
    April 3, 2013 at 3:02 pm

    W.Va. sheriff shot and killed while eating lunch outside near courthouse today, another of recent troubling attacks on law enforcement officials —–Wild West—-another good guy with a gun—–dead.


  16. 40 Linda
    April 3, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    WILLIAMSON, W.Va. (AP) — A sheriff known for cracking down on the drug trade in southern West Virginia’s coalfields was fatally shot Wednesday in the spot where he usually parked his car for lunch, a state official said, and a suspect was in custody.

    State Police told Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin that Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum died of his wounds, said his chief of staff Rob Alsop. The suspect, who was also shot, was taken to a hospital in Logan, Alsop said.

    The courthouse was evacuated, streets into the city were blocked off and officers held white sheets around the crime scene, Crum’s body further shielded by two vehicles.

    The shooting occurred within a block of the county courthouse, said Office of Emergency Services head dispatcher Willis Spence. Officials planned a news conference for 6 p.m. in the county in the southwest corner of West Virginia, on the border with Kentucky.


  17. 41 dotster3
    April 3, 2013 at 3:11 pm

    Montana’s chief federal judge announces his retirement after investigation of email he forwarded which included an ugly racist “joke” about President Obama. Bye.


    • 42 anniebella
      April 3, 2013 at 3:54 pm

      Was it a Republican judge? But the Republicans want to know why they are always being call racists? Because they are racists.

  18. 43 carolyn
    April 3, 2013 at 3:11 pm

    LL, a powerful essay. You put into cogent, organized language so much that my husband and I talk about. Also, the choice of picture is absolutely perfect. I know that picture comes from the depression of the 1930s, but it could just as well come from today’s depression. Will this essay be disseminated widely? I hope so.
    How do I separate this from the comments and send it to my pastor? This is one of his big areas of concern too.

    • April 3, 2013 at 3:15 pm

      Unfortunately, the only way to separate the text is by cutting and pasting.

      • 45 isonprize
        April 3, 2013 at 4:54 pm

        The 2.6% positive rate for illegal drugs on TANF is astonishing. And I wouldn’t doubt that some of those were ‘false’ positives. What that tells me is that the testing is more about the payment to the company doing the testing than it is about the horrible idea of testing potential TANF recipients for drugs in the first place. Goverment handouts for the rich. Wow, just wow…

  19. 46 sabreen60
    April 3, 2013 at 3:12 pm

    Melissa Harris-Perry (not one of my favorites) is doing a PSA on MSNBC about kids going to school hungry. She asks the question (paraphrase): You know how hard it is for you to concentrate on work when you’re hungry? How is a child suppose to excel solving math problems when he/she is hungry? I’ve probably gotten the example wrong, but you get the gist. When are the people of TN and other poor southern states going to wake up to the fact that Republicans don’t give a rat’s arse about them? It is so puzzling to me.

  20. 47 Jeff
    April 3, 2013 at 3:17 pm

    It’s the republican way to outlaw abortion and make sure that the poorest and neediest are screwed.

  21. April 3, 2013 at 3:19 pm

    • 49 isonprize
      April 3, 2013 at 4:55 pm

      Reince. PLEASE PROCEED.

    • 50 jackiegrumbacher
      April 3, 2013 at 5:03 pm

      LP, it was exhausting for “Reince” to keep all that hate under control a minute longer, so he had to let it out in an insane rant about infanticide, which exists only in his fevered brain. So much hate is poisonous to the spirit and probably corrodes brain cells. There, I’ve already contributed to the brain cell research.

  22. 51 dotster3
    April 3, 2013 at 3:19 pm

    • 52 Alycee (@jazziz2)
      April 3, 2013 at 3:43 pm

      Thanks, Dotster. I personalized mine with the following paragraph:

      “I am an elected Tax Collector, Community Activist and retired Marine. While on active duty, I qualified with the .45, 9mm, and M-16; never in training nor at the range was I ever permitted to have more than 10 rounds in a magazine. Why should my civilian neighbor have 30 or 50 or 100 locked and loaded?”

  23. 54 Lynn
    April 3, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Sorry to jump in, but check out democraticunderground. dixiegrrrrl has posted helo footage of the Arkansas oil pipeline rupture damage!!

    Press and camera crews are being kept away. No telling how long that footage will still be around. It is a HOT MESS!!

    • 55 Lynn
      April 3, 2013 at 3:43 pm

      Air space has been restricted since that footage was shot!

    • 56 sabreen60
      April 3, 2013 at 4:04 pm

      Thanks Lynn. If the video doesn’t work at Democraticunderground click on Youtube icon and go straight to Youtube. They are saying that the fumes are so bad is the reason why no-fly zone. The people on the ground must be catching hell.

  24. April 3, 2013 at 3:28 pm

  25. April 3, 2013 at 3:35 pm

  26. 62 utaustinliberal
    April 3, 2013 at 3:55 pm

  27. 65 cookemom
    April 3, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    Great post LL. This reminds me of an effort to tie truancy into welfare. I had a very long and enlightening conversation with my daughter and her peers. Some felt that it may help keep kids in school. These kids were in their early twenties, millennium college grads, who were trying to figure out how to save young AA boys. They didn’t ‘get’ it until we discussed how that AA boy you’re concerned about is now responsible for the entire family’s socioeconomical well being. Now this kid, who for whatever reasons is truant has yet another burden to bear. When I pointed out how this didn’t take into account many kids who have to go to school, work, take care of younger siblings, and in some Latino families take care of translations, business, etc. Instead of social programs to help these kids have the resources to achieve or to be able to attend school with regularity, they are just creating more ‘lost’ or ‘throw-away’ children in poverty.

    Needless, to say I got many thank you Mrs Cookemom, I didn’t think of if that way. They said, ‘#2, your mom is pretty cool.’ I blushed.

  28. 66 cookemom
    April 3, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    From my inbox:

    Tonight’s policy briefing comes at a critical time for our organizing work. Right now, when members of Congress are home for a district work period, we have a unique chance to make our voices heard.

    This week, we’re focusing on two big issues that have real momentum on Capitol Hill: gun violence prevention and comprehensive immigration reform. We’ll give you some updates on the progress we’re making on these issues, and how we all can make a difference.

    We’ll be joined by Congressman Cedric Richmond from Louisiana. He’ll talk about the importance of the work we’re doing and how it can put pressure on Congress at just the right time in the process. This is a chance for you to hear straight from the source how your work on the ground translates into action in Washington.

    Don’t miss this — join the livestream tonight at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time:


    You can send any questions ahead of time or during the call to questions@barackobama.com.



    Stephanie Cutter

  29. 67 anniebella
    April 3, 2013 at 4:17 pm

    So let’s see how much of their salary will Boehner and that nasty ugly Mitch McConnell and other Republicans will give back .

  30. 68 Nena20409
    April 3, 2013 at 4:21 pm

    Great Post LL.

    Good Afternoon all.

    Shame is all I can muster to say about what these people are doing.

    Evelyn “Champagne” King: Shame……. 😉

  31. April 3, 2013 at 4:26 pm

    So…… yeah…

    • 70 Linda
      April 3, 2013 at 4:35 pm

      Well they may want to rethink that . This happened today

      MOBILE, Ala. — Officials say a Carnival cruise ship that had been disabled for days in the Gulf of Mexico has broken away from its moorings in a Mobile, Ala. shipyard.

      The U.S. Coast Guard tweeted Wednesday afternoon that high winds are likely to blame for the Triumph becoming dislodged.

      Carnival spokesman Vance Gulliksen says the ship drifted and is resting against a cargo vessel. Gulliksen says tug boats and U.S. Coast Guard officials are on the scene.

      The Triumph was disabled Feb. 10 by an engine fire that stranded thousands of passengers onboard for days in the Gulf.

      It has been docked in Alabama since being towed to port.

    • 71 57andfemale
      April 3, 2013 at 5:02 pm

      the Southern states where these sailing deathtraps port should foot the entire bill. They hate government spending so much and think the sequester is no big deal, let them deal with Carnival.

  32. 76 Alycee (@jazziz2)
    April 3, 2013 at 4:31 pm

    LL. another home run! It is mind-boggling that “divide & conquer, a tactic used since the birth of this nation, still works. Yet, here we are in 2013 with the 1%, courtesy of bought & paid for congresscritters, controlling most of the wealth and the rest of us fighting for the crumbs. May 2014 be the turning point where the majority (even in the red states) finally says “ENOUGH” and actually votes in their own self-interest.

  33. 77 JER
    April 3, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    | Live Stream is Up | President Obama in Denver: http://www.thedenverchannel.com/video/livevideo

  34. 79 Alycee (@jazziz2)
    April 3, 2013 at 4:52 pm

    Not sure if this has been previously shared:

  35. 80 anniebella
    April 3, 2013 at 4:54 pm

    L saw some Hillary supporters with signs saying we are ready for Hillary. Maybe I shouldn’t but I take offense to that. I am not ready for Hillary, we already have a President.

    • 81 57andfemale
      April 3, 2013 at 5:05 pm

      Hillary supporters are already getting nasty and it’s pissing me off.

      next to the black guy, there is no one the Republicans hate more than the Clintons, and Hillary better not forget that. They have learned how to hurt a Democratic President (I maintain that it was the treatment by the Clintons in the early days of the primaries that gave Republicans ‘permission’ to treat PBO the way he is treated).

      It would be nice to end the Bush/Clinton stranglehold on the presidency; but I can’t see that Hillary isn’t going to run. The marriage equality video was proof of her intentions.

      • 82 anniebella
        April 3, 2013 at 5:15 pm

        Well let me say this to any Hillary supporter, you will have to earn my vote. Don’t assume she has it already. I have a good memory as to how President Obama was treated by some people.

  36. April 3, 2013 at 5:28 pm

    How in heaven’s name did millions vote for this party in 2012. Someone explain that to me again!!!

  37. 84 sonjiaduncan
    April 3, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    Hillary is not our focus the President’s agenda is what we must stay focus on.

  38. April 3, 2013 at 5:48 pm

    LL, Great post. This tactic is exactly what Christie did in NJ. He pit the teachers and public employees against the rest of the population and accused them because of their benefits and pension of causing the economic problems of the state. And it worked. Instead of looking at his policies which favor the rich and have done nothing to add jobs , the disgruntled blamed the public employees and teachers.

  39. 86 amk for obama
    April 3, 2013 at 7:59 pm

    A great piece, LL. The white, righteous middle class has been trolled successfully by rethugs for decades by dangling various objet d’ hate and appealing to their innate prejudice, while constantly undermining their economic status. Unless these middle class morons wake up, which I seriously doubt will happen in near future, the thugs will continue to rule.

  40. 87 99ts
    April 3, 2013 at 8:30 pm

    Amazing piece LL – There are few who will look at the picture of why “the poor get the blame for every thing bad in the world” – I would only mention one thing

    “I’m not arguing that welfare is a “good” thing” – I believe welfare IS a good thing – The NEED for welfare is what is wrong with modern society.

    • April 3, 2013 at 8:31 pm

      Good point, and much better worded.

      • 89 99ts
        April 4, 2013 at 10:17 am

        It is so much easier to make a minor correction – than to write the story – as in this instance –

        I research family – and the way they survived – or more likely did not survive in the 18th/19th century has made me realize that the welfare of its people is the MAIN reason that a government should exist. When it became obvious that the churches were not fulfilling their roles of caring for the poor – the govts started to take over that role – with things like child support, widows pensions. They were miserable amounts – but made such a difference to many people’s lives.

        In the 1800s – poor people worked until they died – not because they wanted to (as some senators today) but because they had to – work or starve. Social security (in my world the “age pension”) was introduced because of this. I look at some folks on the census records from times past and see 85 year olds working as “agricultural laborers” – one think to be a senile senator with 10 staff to do the work – but laboring in the cotton fields at 85 years old!

        The US is not the only country blaming the poor for their misfortune – but the size of the population and the wealth of the country makes it seem such a horrible thing for the US to do. Your writing is exemplary – and it so needs to be said.

        Now I’m writing an essay! – because as well as the jobs programs that the President wants – the wage rates are so out of kilter with the rest of the “western” world. The minimum wage in my world is $16/hour – and our $ is on a par with yours – although some basics are probably more expensive. Very few adults earn that minimum wage – supermarket staff have wage rates above this for most of their people. Allowances are paid for “supervisory roles” & sundays and holidays bring higher rates – although the employers are trying anything and everything to get rid of that. As in the US the unions have been losing out since the 1980s.

        What I really meant to say – great writing – look forward to more.

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