The state of the American welfare system after Barack Obama is beyond sad.
The following video demonstrates just how bad the situation has become, with professional “leeches” living in LUXURY by siphoning YOUR tax dollars!
This welfare queen casually explains that if you want to live this new, despicable American dream all you need is an EBT (Electronic Benefits Card) and a few illegitimate kids.
“If you want EBT, the state of California will pay you the best money,” said this blood-sucker. “You get free daycare, you get the food, you can go to fast-food restaurants now.”
All without working like NORMAL Americans!
After all, as she said with a straight face that will make your blood boil: “Who would want to work in America? This is what the taxpayers are paying for.”
In fact, there’s one California welfare mom who recently bragged on video that scamming the system is easy. All you need is an EBT (Electronic Benefits Card), a few illegitimate kids, and you’re good to go.
“If you want EBT, the state of California will pay you the best money,” according to this young, bold and beautiful blood-sucker. “You get free day care, you get the food, you can go to fast-food restaurants now.”
You see, in order for these able-bodied brood mares to prosper at taxpayer expense, certain leftist politicians have to get into office to vote these generous benefits into existence – forever.
To make sure this happens, the entrenched Democratic Party turns a blind eye to illegal immigration. This ensures a steady and growing supply of welfare recipients who are almost guaranteed to vote Democratic.
What a racket.
Perhaps this is why California is considered an “immigrant” (read illegal alien) magnet with 34 percent of the nation’s welfare recipients all pursuing the American Dream in the Golden State.
This year alone state and local spending on welfare programs in California are expected to reach $38.6 billion while the state’s long-term debt load approaches $500 billion.
It’s no wonder that the business and tax climate in California is absolutely horrific and getting worse. In 2011, 73,000 companies both large and small – 5.2 percent of the 1.3 million total – fled the state in search of more business-friendly locales, or went belly up.