Welfare

Welfare

SUMMARY

The Valentine Constitution prohibits those receiving welfare from spending it on anything other than the basics. The expenditure of welfare money on frivolities of any kind will be prohibited including entertainment, tattoos, spas, gifts, expensive products, cruises, vacations, “strip” clubs, night clubs, bars, drinks containing alcohol, cannabis or unhealthful ingredients, unprescribed drugs, street drugs, illegal substances or services, illegal activity, firearms, and the like. Welfare must also go to the intended recipient for the intended purpose, for a child’s winter coat, not the mother’s new high heels.

No unemployment will be doled out where jobs are available. It doesn’t matter if the recipient thinks the job is beneath them or not in their career path! They need to realize they’re on hard times. Both unemployment and welfare must be worked off, or repaid in good times so others on hard times can use the funds in their time of need.

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