It makes sense to be on welfare and have babies....IT’S FREE!
Spit them out like wet watermelon seeds at no cost and the government will give you an even bigger welfare check and all of the pampers and baby food along with every medical service you can thing about....and maybe a bigger section-8 home to live in.
I only ask one thing, please quit putting fresh, drippy and smelly pampers in grocery baskets and on the parking lot.
Yeah, I too was surprised when my 15 yr. old grand daughter, trying to get pregnant, succeeded. The sperm donor is 14, and they have a very happy profile on Facebook and Instagram. The good ole people of San Antonio, Texas have a school set up for girls to drop off JUNIOR at the day care, another benefit offered by the gub´mint. And now along with reading, writing and arithmetic, they are teaching them how to burp, change diapers etc. She´ll go from Freshmen to Sr. Year pretty much on the public carrier, and she says, OH, YOW...MEDICAID IS PAYING FOR IT ALL. We´ve come a LONG ways Baby, more like Belgium every day.
Our representatives swear a sacred oath to secure the Blessings of Liberty to Posterity. Instead, they’re working as hard as they can to make our Posterity into wards of the State.
We have a small pediatric clinic and serve mostly Medicaid patients. What used to be a safety net program is now expanded beyond belief. We have many families that speak no english but are covered. We have patients that are covered under Blue Cross, yet have Medicaid as well. What galls me the most is that we have families that drive up in Escalades and Denalis that are covered by Medicaid. SMH
I think they mean ‘dependent on Medicaid’; that money is going to run out.
Well, it HAS run out, at $17 trillion in debt; we’re just still in denial, as evidenced by the silly headline.
This is why our founders (some of the greatest men that ever lived) created a REPUBLIC. With only a limited few given the PRIVILEDGE to vote (land owning men).
NOTHING can fix this country now except a new revolution and recreation as a republic again with voting limited to a few who have EARNED the privilege.
At our local hospital on the California Central Coast, Watsonville Community, the number of births covered by Medi-Cal (Medicaid) is 87%. Ironically the number of children eligible for the free lunch program in the local school district is 87%.
Fully half of our children are borne into dependent poverty--many no doubt to single mothers. What will become of these children? Statistically, they will not go to college, or learn a skilled trade and the cycle of poverty will continue.
Meanwhile, people who can afford to raise and educate children, wait longer and longer to have children, and have fewer and fewer children.