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House Bill Would Give States $2.5 Billion to Increase Welfare Rolls

Posted on: May 27, 2010

House Bill Would Give States $2.5 Billion to Increase Welfare Rolls | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News.

Obama’s government wants as many people as possible dependent upon the government.  Extending Unemployment Benefits for two years and getting more people on Welfare will do this.  People who get a “mail box check” have no incentive to go to work and support themselves.  And they certainly don’t bite the hands that feed them! which is exactly why the Democrats are  spending us further into national bankruptcy.  They know that what ever happens the government will continue to function in some form and all politician know you have to be on hand if you are to  keep your hand in the people’s pocket and build up your own bank account.  I have watched many politicians over the years go into office with  a slim bank account but they always leave Congress if not as millionaires then certainly wealthy.

You might want to read this whole article.  BB

“American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act of 2010” (H.R. 4213) would shut the door on the important success of welfare reform. That’s because the legislation includes is a one-year extension of the so-called “TANF Emergency Contingency Fund” with an additional $2.5 billion in spending. This fund was originally created as part of the 2009 Stimulus package and directly undermines the historic 1996 welfare reform by paying states “bonus” money for increasing the size of their welfare caseloads.


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