• i think its true but i dont know who said it
  • We all know what assumptions are. The mother of all f*ckups. That aside, many people can make criticisms of the poor, either due to personal experience or general observation.
    • Linda Joy
      Anyone can criticize. It doesn't make it any less preposterous when they do.
    • Archie Bunker
      It's all subjective. I would say that it all depends on someone's experience on whether or not they are "qualified" (for lack of a better term) to make criticisms. Someone who was born with the proverbial silver-spoon in their mouth might not have the same viewpoint of someone who was born into poverty. But even then, depending on what the complaint is, it might be a valid gripe. Just throwing a blanket "you can't criticize the poor," just because they're poor, is not logical. There are many people who are "well-housed, well- warmed, and well-fed" who were once poor. Those folks might have valid assumptions.
  • It wasn't said. It doesn't work, either.
    • Linda Joy
      It was said. Its a famous quote, and all you have to do is google to find the answer.

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