What's up with these attacks on people's jobs? How childish.
Moreover, you'd think that if someone really didn't have a job for legitimate reasons, or were otherwise in the shitter financially, they'd be met with compassion instead of judgment. I suppose what Matt Taibbi said is true:
I think this sums up a lot of attitudes in this thread."Nowhere else on the planet is it such a crime to be down on your luck, even if you were put there by some of the world's richest banks, which continue to rake in record profits purely because they got a big fat handout from the government. That's why one banker CEO after another keeps going on TV to explain that despite their own deceptive loans and fraudulent paperwork, the real problem is these deadbeat homeowners who won't pay their fucking bills. And that's why most people in this country are so ready to buy that explanation. Because in America, it's far more shameful to owe money than it is to steal it."