"Quis custodiet Ipos Custodes"
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|Here’s a point,|
We have state pensions, which most people (I assume) have paid for during their working lives, and to which they are morally entitled.
Then we have benefits paid to people who have never contributed a dime into the system.
My point is this, when the subject of benefits arises, and some-one argues against them, (for what-ever reason) why do the pro-benefit lobby always ask /suggest/intimate, that the morally entitled pension drawers desist from their right to claim said benefit?? I must admit I find this strange! Is there some unknown rule/law that suggests, that, if you object to certain benefits, you automatically waive (or should) your rights to draw your pension?
Ain’t life weird?
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