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Yesterdays slogan fight the system has been replaced by todays take advantage of the system Many a supermarket employee can vouch that an alarming problem is the growth of individuals who take advantage of our nations welfare system Today the ability to breed has become a form of employment However these employees do not receive the customary currency for their jobs The government employs these people and their payment is access to beer cigarettes and anything else other than food at the local grocer A welfare program should be used to help the economically disadvantaged not raise ones social status Its a shame for humanity and our nation when an individual can carry a cellular phone in one hand and a government check in the other The Puritan work ethic has now become unnecessary With the average household on welfare being a family of eight the poors easiest profession is similar to what is known as the worlds first profession The morals of our great nation have been reduced to those of animals During our happier days of the Baby Boom children were born out of marriage not lust or necessity Sadly those happier days are a part of the past and our population is rapidly growing With an average of 20000 women becoming pregnant daily our well bred children are forced to be raised next to twice as many children of loveless fatherless and poverty ridden homes At this rate of population growth The United States will have twice as many people in China in a matter of five years with nearly 60 being on welfare and living in poverty A close friend has helped me to solve this great enigma She is a highly skilled and trained veterinarian who is greatly knowledgeable and has a widespread practice Due to her years of training she has learned
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