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Entitlements VS. Welfare:

Entitlements VS. Welfare:


en·ti·tle·ment noun \-ˈtī-tl-mənt\ :

the condition of having a right to have, do, or get something: the feeling or belief that you deserve to be given something (such as special privileges): a type of financial help provided by the government for members of a particular group

Full Definition of
1 a:  the state or condition of being entitled:  rightb:  a right to benefits specified especially by law or contract
2 :  a government program providing benefits to members of a specified group; also:  funds supporting or distributed by such a program
3 :  belief that one is deserving of or entitled to certain privileges

You as a Citizen of the United States of America are entitled to:

Nothing More and Nothing Less...


  1. Definition of welfare (n)
    • wel·fare
    • [ wél fèr ]

    1. well-being: somebody's state or condition with respect to whether he or she is healthy, safe, happy, or prospering
    2. work to improve people's welfare: efforts, especially on the part of government and institutions, to ensure that the physical, social, and financial conditions under which people live are satisfactory
    3. aid to people in need: financial aid and other benefits for people who are unemployed, below a specific income level, or otherwise requiring assistance, especially when provided by a government agency or program
    Synonyms:well-being · interests · happiness · good · safety · health · prosperity

Since the Government makes no money aside from what it takes from "Working Citizens" called taxation, it is no more that a legalized Government approved theft.  You can dip into everyone else's bank account and take what is not yours and not earned by you...

This is the most simple way to explain the differences between Entitlements and Welfare.  Stop misusing the words.

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