Dennis Prager opines that black women totally heart welfare:
It has rendered vast numbers of black males unnecessary to black females who have looked to the state to support them and their children (and the more children, the more state support) rather than to their husbands. In effect, these women took the state as their husband.
We can talk about a culture of dependency and whatnot, and that's all interesting from a sociological standpoint, but do we really think little girls are sitting around hoping to grow up and go on welfare? There is still a tremendous societal stigma against being on any kind of public assistance, I don't care what Rush Limbaugh and this asshole say.
You may know in your heart of hearts there's a fairly decent chance you'll end up on some kind of public assistance at some point, you may see that as normal and/or not the end of the world, but I'm asking: As they're sitting around playing with dolls or watching TV, kids are saying, "Boy, when I get old enough Imma get me some welfare money and then I will win at life?" I find this scenario more likely to exist among the imaginary black people Dennis Prager and casual racists like him see populating the "ghetto" than among actual human beings in the world.
It's just one more facet of the racist outlook that black people can't possibly have the same aspirations as white folks, that they can't possibly want to be successful and independent and have their children grow up happy in the world, because they're Not Like Us. My need for help is a genuine need. Yours is taking the state for your husband, because your entire culture is bankrupt.
(Also, what is so fucking virtuous about looking to a man to support you, anyway? That's not like a foolproof design for joy in life either. What exactly is this fuckstick advocating?)