"To me it's crazy because the longer that person is unemployed the more difficult it is then for them to get a job," Williams said. "Because employers, potential employers, will look and see that gee, they've been out forever, it doesn't make sense. And I think that's partly playing in to this cycle. And at some point then it becomes a matter of you lose your work ethic, your values are impacted, you know, getting up, showing up, dressing well, all that good stuff."
Therefore, we should really stop helping the unemployed. They'll wake up on time, presumably to their daily being poor activities. Nice of the millionaire TV guy to let us know millions of Americans are all lazy people who don't practice bathing. He gets paid to do that.