The Obama Administration has a one-size-fits-all solution for our nation’s problems: put more people on welfare!

We’ve just seen moves like running radio soap operas to encourage people to sign up for food stamps and claiming the right to waive welfare’s work requirements.

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg!

The federal government actually runs 126 separate anti-poverty programs. They’re managed by 13 different agencies.

We use the word “welfare” to describe money that goes to needy people. But the government’s war on poverty is a whole lot bigger. And it’s rife with waste and redundancy.

The federal government runs 33 different housing programs: 21 programs to provide food, eight healthcare programs, 27 cash or general assistance programs. It’s hard to find a government department that doesn’t run an anti-poverty program. All this adds up — and this is just the federal government.

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