I believe what the homesteader was referring to is:
BAIL ME OUT!
The list is endless -- its all about failure to take responsibility lathered with a dose of indignant entitlement...
I'm all for taking responsibility, but how about this one:
These white people came onto our land, the land that we relied on for hunting our food. They built houses and claimed the land was now theirs. Then their courts said it was alright because only christians could have property rights.
Or how about that yearly payment that Alaskans get for oil extracted form historically Inuit lands? Or the fishing contracts from native fishing areas?
Or, I had too many kids (6) and not enough money because I lacked skills valued by the modern world, so bail me out by giving me land in Alaska.
I mean, we need to get over all this of course. But homesteaders really aren't in a position to be criticizing others for taking a bail out. I'm sure they worked hard chopping wood and fending of bears. But that is only because they did not work hard at a regular job earning money to pay taxes and pay for a home in the suburbs. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with that, but it is a personal choice.