Welfare King and Queen have eight children, but she wants fourteen. He quit working because the government pays him more to sit home unemployed. And she adds: ‘I’ve always wanted a big family – no one can tell me how many kids I can have whether I’m working or not.’ ‘It cost too much to carry on working as we were actually better off unemployed,’ said Mr Davey.
It used to be that people were too proud to accept welfare. There used to be shame attached to those who could not find a job or provide for themselves or their family. Now? Just a matter of fact, that is how the system works, and everybody take as much as they can and screw all the suckers who are unfortunate enough to have jobs and have to pay for all the others sitting on their asses making babies.
That welfare is a demotivator is not rocket science, or something that has been “discovered” recently. Paul wrote to the Thessalonians a couple thousand years ago: “For even when we were with you, we gave you this rule: ‘If a man will not work, he shall not eat.'” 2 Thessalonians 3:10 (N.I.V.)