The welfare state is unsustainable because of welfare brood mares like this parasite. Link from Willie in the comments on another post.
If you want a perfect snapshot of the dysfunction that is poverty in America, you won’t see a more perfect one than in the above video. (video at linked site) Angel Adams of Tampa, Florida, has fifteen children by three different fathers.
15 children by three different fathers! Holy crap! And not a single one is still with her.
When her “fiancé,” who had already fathered ten of those children got sent to jail, she says things began to fall apart. She and twelve of her children are now living in a single hotel room, without shoes, without food, and without clean clothes.
Boo freaking hoo! And, of course, she doesn’t have a job. All she knows is getting preggers and expecting other people to pay for her irresponsibility in having 15 children that she cannot afford to raise.
Adams blames social services for failing to help her. Social service agencies, however, claim that they were trying to help, and paid for rent, utilities, and even furniture. In addition, Adams admits, community members have been helping with food.
What about the other fathers? Shouldn’t they help this baby momma?
“Somebody,” Adams says, “needs to pay for all my children . . . somebody needs to be held accountable, and they need to pay.” And there’s your underclass snapshot: It’s somebody else’s problem.
Exactly! I’ve said this many times. I could end a large majority of poverty in this country in two generations. How? Simple. When a woman applies for welfare, she gets sterilized. No ifs, ands, or buts. If she wants me to take responsibility, I will. I’m taking responsibility. I’m shutting down the baby factory.
So women ask me, “What about the father?” Same thing. A sperm donor who refuses to support the babies he’s fathered with his baby mommas gets a vasectomy. Can you imagine how much money we could save on welfare, food stamps, and Section 8 housing if we did this one simple thing? Then we would not have these welfare brood mares bitching about having someone else take responsibility for their irresponsible behavior. Along with their first welfare check would come an appointment to have a tubal ligation. No show for the surgery? No welfare check. No EBT. No Section 8 housing.
Problem solved. Then maybe welfare would be what LBJ promised: “A hand up not a handout.” We certainly wouldn’t have a parasite with 15 children demanding that we pay for them. I wonder how many more children this welfare brood mare will have before menopause?