The "get a job" comment was uncalled for. If money was set aside for him, buying a house and a car aren't unreasonable requests. I've worked with disabled people, and the goal is to help them be as independent as possible, so his own house and car may not be a bad idea, even if he is disabled. Being that we all know how controlling jws can be, we need to give CRR the benefit of the doubt. It is better to ask questions about his particular situation than criticize him for venting, which is something we all do on occasion. If the mods let the "B" and "C" words alone, then so should we.
ColdRedRain: Why does your mother have control of your money? If you are disabled in some way and able to live on your own, you may be able to have the court appoint a different guardian who is in agreement with you. Let us know as many details as you can
How is the "get a job" comment uncalled for? If he isn't disabled, he needs to learn to take care of himself. A job goes a long way towards teaching personal responsibility.
So what if Jws are controlling? It is obvious that this young man doesn't have control over himself, or at least his mouth. He needs to learn a little control. His disrespectful and downright hateful attitude towards his mother may be one reason why he isn't getting what he thinks he deserves. He has no respect. He seems very spoiled, with a sense of entitlement, and more than willing to call his mother all sorts of names because he isn't getting his way. Getting a job may help him learn responsibility and respect.
Saying that his mother is in charge of his money indicates that there is something else going on here than we are being told. And your post does nothing more than reinforce his terrible, disrespectful behavior.