South Carolina continues to prove it's standing as the Crazy Capital of the World.
If unemployed workers in South Carolina can’t find a job in six months, they would have to volunteer 16 hours weekly to continue getting benefits from the state under a bill up for debate today by a Senate panel.
Its sponsor, Sen. Paul Campbell, said it’s easier for people to get a job if they have a job of some sort, and his intent is to match people’s skills with work that needs done in city or county governments and schools, from electrical work to assisting in classrooms.
Yep, that's 16 hours that won't be spent looking for a new job. Lazy freeloaders. Now go pick up rubbish from the median strip!