Is the program one that provides a helping hand at a critical time of need , or is it something that people get addicted to and become wholly reliant upon?
Ronald Reagan talked about "Cadillac Queens" who abuse the system. Is that fact or fiction? Are there people "living large" on welfare?
In general, should there be welfare to help the disadvantaged, or should people merely be responsible for themselves or look to private organizations for help? Do you care if there are people living in poverty? Do better off Americans have any responsibility to the neediest of us?
What do you think?