We've all seen these types of people before. They are perfectly contented with not looking for a job, and taking as much as they can from the government.
I know the above video seems bad, but the problem gets worse when these women decide to have children.
Now, they aren't only affecting just their life they are doing so to their very own offspring.
They are stopping the growth of their own children because they are raising them to think it's okay to be unambitious and strive for nothing in life.
The children will eventually grow up, and continue the cycle.
All I can hope is, somewhere along that family tree, the chain becomes broken.
When someone decides to become a parent. The first thing they have to do is put their children first. This means, making selfless decisions.
Every move you make and every thing you do, should be based on the fact that you want to create a better life for your children. A true parent wants to give their children a life they know they are deserving of. What true parent wants their child to grow up in the gutter?
I applaud the parents who are poor, but work very hard just to land a meal on the table for their family. I can respect the people that aren't where they want to be in life, but use every day as a stepping stone to strive for better. These people may need assistance by receiving government help, but in future they won't be in that predictament because they are working to get out of it.
Now, that type of person is very different from those who lay on their back, having no desire to look for work, and have their hands out to the government. My term for these types of people is a government leech. Their entire purpose is to receive all they can get from the government. They want to suck them dry. We pay all of our tax dollars for these people to have their hands out and continue to repopulate the Earth. Government leeches have no desire to get off of government help, why not life is good!
These leeches are contented with collecting welfare checks, food stamps, and paying inexpensive rent. They know they cannot afford their first child but they'll continue to go on to have plenty more.
As I've said before, when you become a parent it isn't about what you want anymore.
It is about your children.
If you're creating life on Earth and making selfish decisions, then I am terribly afraid for those young souls!
Sure, If I can afford to have many children, I'll have them!
Some people love a large family, that is not the problem here.
It's the fact that these people walk around feeling entitled, like someone owes them something.
The last time I checked, I don't owe you shit!