Welfare Poem

By dancingintheraine

August 26, 2009

Category: Uncategorized

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I cross ocean, poor and broke,

Take bus, see employment folk. ..

Nice man treat me good in there,

Say I need to see welfare.

Welfare say, ‘You come no more,

We send cash right to your door.’

Welfare checks, they make you wealthy,

Medicaid it keep you healthy!

By and by, I get plenty money,

Thanks to you, American dummy.

Write to friends in motherland,

Tell them ‘come fast as you can.’

They come in turbans and Ford trucks,

I buy big house with welfare bucks.

They come here, we live together,

More welfare checks, it gets better!

Fourteen families, they moving in,

But neighbor’s patience wearing thin.

Finally, white guy moves away,

Now I buy his house and then I say,

‘Find more aliens for house to rent..’

And in the yard I put a tent.

Send for family they just trash,

But they, too, draw the welfare cash!

Everything is very good,

And soon we own the neighborhood.

We have hobby it’s called breeding,

Welfare pay for baby feeding.

Kids need dentist? Wives need pills?

We get free! We got no bills!

Americans are crazy! He pay all year,

To keep welfare running here.

We think America darn good place!

Too darn good for the white man race.

If they no like us, they can scram,

Got lots of room in Pakistan .

It is interesting that the federal government provides a single refugee with a monthly allowance of $1,890.00 and each can also get an additional $580.00 in social assistance for a total of $2,470.00.

This compares very well to a single pensioner who after contributing to the growth and development of America for 40 to 50 years can only receive a monthly maximum of $1,012.00 in old age pension and Guaranteed Income Supplement.

Maybe our pensioners should apply as refugees! Let’s send this to all Americans, so we can all be ticked off and maybe we can get the refugees cut back to $1,012.00 and the pensioners up to $2,470 00 and enjoy some of the money we were forced to submit to the Government over the last 40 or 50 years.

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