Chop Off Your Hands Charles Lane

After all a disabled writer doesn’t need them to do his work, which is basically thinking about stuff and then keyboarding it in.

The Americans With Disabilities Act, passed with bipartisan support in 1990 at the urging of then-President George H.W. Bush, enshrines the notion that every American can and should hold a job regardless of physical or mental limitations.

You know I wonder if anyone has noticed all the one armed and one legged blue collar workers, which American companies hire in droves to build things for us.

Can you conservative college kids at least do us the favor of having a clue about what you’re talking about? It’s like writing; you do the research, think about it, observe the world as it is, and then fill in the blanks with your dreams and aspirations, if you must.

Perhaps we could, and should go with regulating the system. We shouldn’t expect the poor and working classes to be any more moral than the elites.

Update: I hate it when that happens.

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