Single mothers brought down our economy, now they must pay
You know what I hate about single mothers? It’s their smugness. There they sit, for about 30 minutes a day, smoking a fag or eating watery porridge while their brood watch Cbeebies or something. Smugly, they think they can get on without a man, look at them. Hate them.
You won’t find them on Mumsnet, no, this lot don’t bake organic carrot bakes or demarara-sprinkled grilled pineapple rings. You’ll find them all guffawing at the benefits they’re taking from our pockets and smoking fags outside the bookmakers. All of them. For that’s what single mums do.
And it was single mothers what brought down the economy, we can prove it with economics and stuff. Maths. You remember 2008 when the economy tanked? Single mums did it, because they steal all the benefits. Yep, that’s what they do. They have children with one sole aim – to take all of your money and spend it on booze and fags. If we didn’t have single mothers leeching off us all the time, we’d have escaped the recession AND gone into outright prosperity. We’ve seen it because it’s proved with economics and stuff. Single mums cause recessions because they’re selfish feminists who love booze and fags and steal all your money.
There you were blaming the bankers or the corporate bonus-hunters who took millions for themselves while making others redundant, but actually no it was the single mothers having babies WITHOUT A HUSBAND, the harridans.
Back in 2008, when Alistair Darling, the single-mother-loving bastard, denounced bankers for crashing the economy, he was hiding his secret love of single mothers. Beneath those eyebrows lurks a disgusting fetish for fag-smoking, benefit-stealing single mums.
Which is exactly why the bedroom tax aims to crack down on these harlots by taking their benefits away from them. But it’s only £13 a week, or £676 a year, which is hardly enough to get you a Waitrose shoulder of lamb so what are they moaning about? £13 a week is a drop in the ocean isn’t it? These single mums don’t know how good they’ve got it.
And it doesn’t matter that this whole bedroom tax is actually going to cost more than it rakes in because this isn’t about making money, it’s about hitting the real culprits of the economic disaster of the last few years where it hurts most. This isn’t about improving the state of the economy, this is about giving single mothers the reprimand they deserve for causing this recession. 150,000 single mums will lose the equivalent of one Waitrose shoulder of lamb per week – we’re sure that Peter Lilley would have gone further. Maybe the Tories have gone soft?
Oh, so they were targeting single mothers before they caused the economic depression. Hmmm… this all sounds a bit Saddam Hussein to me.
But anyway, all single mums are all single for one reason and that’s because they’re lazy, feckless and can’t hold on to a bread-earning man. And single dads? Pah! Whoever heard of such a thing. Single dads, don’t make me laugh.
So while you’re out there saying “this bedroom tax is a bad thing”, remember the real cause of our economic misery isn’t bankers taking all the money, or politicians playing disaster capitalism so they can give the money to their mates in healthcare, banks, G4S or whatever… it’s ALL SINGLE MUMS, which is why we’re punishing them on the same day as we’re giving every millionaire in the UK a tax cut.