Wrong or right is moral question and is not the same as is it legal.
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If you meet the qualifications legally what is wrong with it? There are plenty of people that do this. Nothing illegal and frankly nothing immoral...
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You do have a point. Chance does not favor us all equally. Other than the tax dollars, how does this affect you personally? Focus on what good can come of your actions, rather than the debt others leave from withdrawing on the good of society. Move forward with your own life despite the evil of others.Ask a similar question