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Would you support a cradle-to-grave welfare state? watch

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    Based on Sir William Beveridge's report of 1942.
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    most definitely... anything but anarcho-capitalism or its evil sister libertarianism
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    We alread essentially have this and no I don't support it as it will destroy all personal responsibility.
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    Completely, yes.
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    Britain already benefits from one, but yes. Abso-jubble-lutly.
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    I can't be bothered reading the report but what does a cradle-to-grave welfare state entail?

    But I think I like the sound of it.
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    I support a safety net for those who truly need it and want it, I don't support a compulsory welfare state to everybody, even if they don't want it.
 
 
 
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