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The proper and just solution to the welfare problem

A wise, good man wondering how to solve the welfare problem would have a quick and easy answer for it. The right and just answer is very simple. The whole problem is people having multitudes of illegitimate children and the state feeling an obligation to take care of all those children. It is all those people having illegitimate children that makes the problem grow exponentially and places such a large burden on society. The obvious answer is to make fornication and adultery illegal with heavy penalties for doing it. Like a few years in a labor camp. With heavy punishment it would cease. This is the just solution. The people begetting those illegitimate babies are the wrongdoers and the cause of the problem. They should bear the responsibility for the problem, not the taxpayer. They should be punished, not the taxpayer. The way the problem is currently handled, people are actually given incentive to have illegitimate babies and then the honest, decent, hardworking person is punished by making him support both the multitudes of babies and the people who made them. How unjust and wrongheaded that is! Only a corrupt and unjust society would do that!

There is only one right way to raise a child. In a family with a mother and father. To bring a children into the world outside wedlock is wrong and a crime against the child. Government policies that encourage sexual immorality are a crime against children. A country that pursues such policies pays for that with all kinds of juvenile delinquency. The family is the building block of a healthy society. Destroy the family and destroy the society. What I am saying is obvious to the good and sensible person. Only a country that was highly degenerate and corrupt would disagree.

June 2014

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