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Coming home everyday to nothing to eat is the scenario for the young children whose parents are on welfare Those parents are stuck on welfare and cant give there children anything they want they take the money the state gives them just to get by maybe not even able to get the biological needs to survive But what kind of people are on welfare Should taxpayers pay for the mistakes of lazy and unmotivated citizens Welfare is very questionable why should we give free money to people who may need help or just be plain slackers We need to address these problems and find a solution to welfare and who should receive it Poverty the lower class in need of money and dont have very much of it Welfare helps those in the class of poverty but what do they do with those checks on the 1st and 15th If the people on welfare were hurting or trying to recover welfare wouldnt be a problem but when they stay on it for a long period it puts a strain on the American economy We need a more demanding application for welfare to really see who needs the help and whose just trying to get a free check in the mail According to Susan Mayer who conducted a study on poverty there are two types of poor people Some simply lacked money but still had middle class values and benefit from government income support Then there was the true lower class that would live in squalor even if their incomes were doubled But how can we tell the difference between the two you cant judge a book by its cover So as to show that welfare is helping America we should have more accurate reports to help us outlook on what is really happeningOr should we banish welfare and live the rule of the survival of the fittest If pushed to survive and not spoon fed
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