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Millions of Americans are signed up for welfare the program designed to aid poor and needy families Unfortunately it has now become a way of life for many Many argue that welfare is not destroying our culture and creating a dependent people who have learned to abuse certain privileges that come with living in America but history has proven that this is not true Hoehn Richard 1995 Former President Clinton signed the welfare reform bill he said Today we are taking a historic chance to make welfare what it was meant to be a second chance not a way of life Welfare was designed to give a boost to the poor-to help struggling families make it through the year while they got back on their feet What it has become is a target for gluttonous people and others who have no values Many people who are on welfare have become used to it and instead of using the money and aid to stay alive while they look for a job they are sitting at home waiting by the mailbox for the next check to come in In the meantime many people are having more kids because-more kids more welfare money These women relish the thought of getting free money in the mail-for doing absolutely nothing Welfare is destroying out culture Many argue that welfare is necessary for many families and that it must not be cut Some argue that it is giving starving families the boost they need to make it one more year This is only partially true Yes we need welfare but we also need to limit the amount of time a family can stay on it By letting families stay on welfare for extended periods of time we are only creating a lazy dependent culture People figure that the welfare check will come in the mail so wheres the motivation for going out and getting a job There isnt one That
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