Welfare Is A Very Helpful Program That Helps Support Americans With Low Income

972 Words Nov 22nd, 2016 4 Pages
Welfare is a very helpful program that helps support Americans with low-income. It’s nice to help those who can’t support their family because of financial issues. Although, it would be nice to support welfare recipients who work for their welfare check instead of those who sit down all day and expect the government to deal with their financial problems. Working for welfare makes sense because why should hardworking Americans give up money on pay checks that they’ve earned and give it to those who do nothing all day. People on welfare should work to receive their welfare money, because it’s not fair to those hardworking Americans giving up part of their pay checks for people who would rather be lazy and not work like the rest of America. “States are moving to once again require able-bodied adults to put in work hours in exchange for food stamps, after the requirements largely were suspended by the Obama administration” (FOX News Network). Unemployed people on welfare will not be asked to work for paying jobs, but for volunteer jobs. Volunteer programs will accept any person who is willing to help. Why not have the government assign community service to each person receiving a welfare check. Think about it, criminals are asked to do community service to pay their debt to society, so why not do the same for those who are being supported by the society. Welfare recipients are not stupid; they can handle doing community service. Community Service is nothing difficult compared…

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