COMMENTARY | Earlier this week, presidential hopeful Mitt Romney made headlines when he said, "I'm not concerned about the very poor. We have a safety net there." While this statement raised more than a few eyebrows, Romney is right.
By all accounts, I was doomed to a life of poverty. I was a teenage
mother of twins, living on welfare. I received food stamps, Medicaid and
even a housing subsidy. According to every "expert", I was destined to
fail. Statistics said there was little chance I would graduate from high
school. In the court of public opinion, I was sentenced to poverty, for life.
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