The Welfare State

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Food Not Bombs – Fresno

I know we all idolize a state without welfare, but not everyone can have a job or even a job with adequate income to live without assistance — there is no such thing as 100% employment, or 100% living wage employment. Somebody is always left out even if everybody is capable of getting in. Which everyone is not. The irony of Welfare is it puts people to work – farmers, store owners, truck drivers, more. Whoever is providing the food and services that people on social programs are able to purchase has a job, and is not on welfare, thanks to welfare.

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