Originally Posted by SPIN2010
That is a great question!
Here is one problematic view of polygamy issue:
A person can marry several wives and they all can be on the system as none of them "have" to work (making a great number to set benefit amounts). Let's use a family of six as an example (hubby and his five wives). It would make that sixteen people to draw off your taxes by the act of polygamy if they just decide to have two kids per wife.
Sound good? Not to me.
EDIT: I see I got beat to the punch, good post gunnut 45
So these people wouldn't exist or "draw off my taxes" if it wasn't for polygamy? What is it about them being married that suddenly makes me have to pay for it?