IOU picAmerican workers have been forced to pay into the Social Security System all of their working lives.  The government mandated the Social Security retirement savings program because they didn’t “trust” the working class to save for their retirement.  From 1935 to today, this shows how the Bleeding Heart Liberals in government will always swoop in to save the day! 

BUT WAIT!  Apparently it was the government that could not be trusted.  We are being told Social Security is going broke and there will not be enough money to pay back our savings when we need it. 

The million dollar question is:  How can there be enough money to pay for all of the welfare programs to people that have never paid directly into that system?  Why do we never hear about welfare going broke???  Not only does this topic not come up, we are now shamefully advertising and encouraging food stamp enrolment to expand this monstrosity.  As the government continues to steal from us, the left pulls on our heartstrings by saying society has an obligation to care for those in need, at the same time, they ignore our needs for our retirement years.

To the American people; I plead with you to take back control of your country.  Vote for politicians that respect your hard earned dollars by allowing you to keep more of them.  Refuse to support those that will continue to steal from you through increased taxation while filling their own pockets with kickbacks and votes.

Welfare spending is the largest item in the federal budget.  We all agree that some programs are needed to take care of the very old and the disabled; however Welfare is growing at an increasing rate with a veracious appetite.   

NOT ENOUGH of our directly funded dollars for this program: 

  1.  Social Security

UNLIMITED dollars for these Federal Welfare programs:

  1. Family Planning
  2. Consolidated Health Centers
  3. Transitional Cash and Medical Services for Refugees
  4. State Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
  5. Voluntary Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit—Low-Income Subsidy
  6. Medicaid
  7. Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program
  8. Breast/Cervical Cancer Early Detection
  9. Maternal and Child Health Block Grant
  10. Indian Health Service
  11. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) (cash aid)
  12. Supplemental Security Income
  13. Additional Child Tax Credit
  14. Earned Income Tax Credit (refundable component)
  15. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  16. School Breakfast Program (free/reduced price components)
  17. National School Lunch Program (free/reduced price components)
  18. Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
  19. Child and Adult Care Food Program (lower income components)
  20. Summer Food Service Program
  21. Commodity Supplemental
  22. Food Program Nutrition Assistance for Puerto Rico
  23. The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)
  24. Nutrition Program for the Elderly
  25. Indian Education
  26. Adult Basic Education Grants to States
  27. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
  28. Education for the Disadvantaged— Grants to Local Educational Agencies (Title I-A)
  29. Title I Migrant Education Program
  30. Higher Education—Institutional Aid and Developing Institutions
  31. Federal Work-Study
  32. Federal TRIO Programs
  33. Federal Pell Grants
  34. Education for Homeless Children and Youth
  35. 21st Century Community Learning Centers
  36. Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP)
  37. Reading First and Early Reading First
  38. Rural Education Achievement Program
  39. Mathematics and Science Partnerships
  40. Improving Teacher Quality State Grants
  41. Academic Competitiveness and Smart Grant Program
  42. Single-Family Rural Housing Loans
  43. Rural Rental Assistance Program
  44. Water and Waste Disposal for Rural Communities
  45. Public Works and Economic Development
  46. Supportive Housing for the Elderly
  47. Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities
  48. Section 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance
  49. Community Development Block Grants
  50. Homeless Assistance Grants
  51. Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME)
  52. Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
  53. Public Housing
  54. Indian Housing Block Grants
  55. Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers
  56. Neighborhood Stabilization Program-1
  57. Grants to States for Low-Income Housing in Lieu of Low-Income Housing Credit Allocations
  58. Tax Credit Assistance Program
  59. Indian Human Services
  60. Older Americans Act Grants for Supportive Services and Senior Centers
  61. Older Americans Act Family Caregiver Program
  62. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) (social services)
  63. Child Support Enforcement
  64. Community Services Block Grant
  65. Child Care and Development Fund
  66. Head Start HHS
  67. Developmental Disabilities Support and Advocacy Grants
  68. Foster Care
  69. Adoption Assistance
  70. Social Services Block Grant
  71. Chafee Foster Care Independence Program
  72. Emergency Food and Shelter Program
  73. Legal Services Corporation
  74. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (employment and training component)
  75. Community Service Employment for Older Americans
  76. Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Adult Activities
  77. Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Youth Activities
  78. Social Services and Targeted Assistance for Refugees
  79. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) (employment and training)
  80. Foster Grandparents
  81. Job Corps
  82. Weatherization Assistance Program
  83. Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Wake up America!

List of 83 programs provided by Senator Jeff Sessions.  Read more from the CRS Report at this link:



  1. Howdy! This blog post couldn’t be written much better! Looking at this article reminds me of my previous roommate! He always kept talking about this. I’ll send this post to him. Fairly certain he’s going to have a great read. Thanks for sharing!

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