The welfare system incentivize poor people to have children. If poor people know they can rely on welfare to take care of them and their children they will have children despite their economic condition. I grew up on welfare. My mother received Foodstamps, Section 8, Medicaid. I remember the paper Food stamps. My mother used to give me some. I’d go to the grocery store and buy some noodles for 10 for $1.00. We used to get help with utility bills and rent from various agencies. I remember standing in line to get clothes. I received some boy jeans that were too big. My mother made me wear boy pants and didn’t buy me new clothes for school. I had about 5 outfits in elementary…

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