Of course, it's the welfare cheats we must really worry about, not the hardworking creators of jobs. Seven years is not nearly enough, but we will lock up marijuana smokers for life. Quite a system we have here.
"It was only later - after his wife's medical bills had reached $146,000 - that Konieczny realized his family had no coverage. Instead of putting employees' contributions toward their health insurance premiums, former Badger Die owner Steven E. Whiting was using the money to pay himself exorbitant bonuses and to buy himself a $1.3 million airplane, federal prosecutors said."
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