blamega - Stephanie Russo March 26, 2008 Comp 130.03...

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Stephanie Russo March 26, 2008 Comp 130.03 Thought Paper The Blame Game The topic of the documentary, The Blame Game: Are We a Country of Victims? deals with current American issues. I found the information to be true, and agreed with what John Stossel had to say. Contributing to drug addicts through taxes is not something that Americans should take pride in. Welfare does create a reliance that does not benefit its recipients. The fact that other countries do not utilize these laws makes their people strive for success rather than settle. American law has created an attitude that makes citizens think nothing is their fault. Americans have the ability to take advantage of these laws, and it happens every day. The question posed by the documentary asks whether or not Americans are victimized by society. Stossel proves the answer to be yes, using several facts, statistics, and personal feelings. When the subject of discrimination arose, Stossel was able to show both sides efficiently. Although
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENG 130 taught by Professor Grochawalski during the Spring '08 term at Assumption College.

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blamega - Stephanie Russo March 26, 2008 Comp 130.03...

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