REPORT: This State’s Welfare Program is Officially OUT OF CONTROL!
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There now. Let’s begin.
We all know that the United States has what can be called the “golden parachute” of welfare programs. American tax-payers carry the wanton cradle-to-grave. By wanton, meaning those that have no desire to accept a hand-up, but rather want to live their life at arm’s reach of an endless hand-out. Our entitlement programs rival the likes of the slugfest nations of France and Sweden. It is no wonder that refugees work harder than they ever will in their lives to get to the USA and get on the dole.
If they make it to our shores, here are only some of what they can expect to receive, based upon what existing refugees, asylees, and such, already take advantage of:
- Public Housing
- Food Stamps
- Social Security Disability Income
Should they have a desire for a job, the can get:
- Job Opportunities for Low Income Individuals
- Postsecondary Education Loans and Grants
Then again, maybe they don’t want to work. In which case they will be eligible for:
- Supplemental Security Income: This little gem provides for a lifetime of monthly tax-payer funded income to the tune of 4x the amount of our citizenry welfare recipients receive.
Perhaps they want to adopt, and if they are qualified immigrants, meaning refugees or asylees, then they can get bumped to the front of the line and take advantage of:
- Title IV Foster Care and Adoption Assistance Payments.
Then, if having some financial troubles, there is always:
- Child Care and Development Funds
This is only a small sampling of the vast array of options at the smorgasbord of American tax-payer entitlement that frankly even not all Americans qualify for. The existing refugee welfare burdens the system with $10-20-Billion that is never factored into the “costs” of refugee resettlement. If we think we have a welfare/entitle program(s) problems on our hands now, just wait until Obama and his ilk bring in their few hundred thousand friends.