Why is the welfare system in this country so dependent upon keeping welfare recipients down in a financial hole instead of getting them on their feet and out of the welfare state?
I don't know if the intent is overt but in my mind it is a lot eaiser to just give people hand outs than to find creative ways to lift them out of poverty.
It comes from the two dominant powers (parties) in this country having very different ideas about welfare.
The resultant "compromise" is an inefficient system that barely helps.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What are the TEN ways that the welfare system as it presently has been implementedirreparably damaged and harmed American society, making people even more lazy and unmotivated?
by cockrelle 7 years ago
Why do you think the Government refuses to overhaul the welfare system?Do you have any suggestions?
by KK Trainor 7 years ago
Why vote for the party that wants to keep you dependent on the government?I am not saying that I believe all minorities vote Democrat, nor that all of them are dependent on government assistance in its many forms. I know that is not the case, so don't let that be the only thing you respond to...
by kevin.howell 7 years ago
http://hubpages.com/hub/Natural-Selecti … nt-survive Should I tone it down a bit? Thanks for the criticism.
by Daniel J. Neumann 7 years ago
Is it possible to help poor people and keep our liberty?I'm sorry; I guess I'm confused again. I never thought these two things were mutually exclusive. Why aren't there more Marxist Libertarians or Conservative Liberals out there? I guess I want to eat my cake when I have it.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
No humane person is against the government giving needed assistance to the indigent elderly, the severely mentally and physically disabled, and to those who otherwise cannot work. However, there are plenty of able bodied people who refuse to work thus further draining the economy and...
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