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FemiStats: Obama’s Welfare Stats and the Outlook for the US

Obama’s economy Numbers are pretty rotten. Take a look:
Almost a quarter of the U.S. population is now on some form of means-tested welfare program.
Let that sink in for a second: Approximately 25% of people in the United States are dependent upon government to take care of all or some of their daily needs. Wow. And it's gonna get worse if Dems have their way.

Here are some numbers: 21.3 percent people in the U.S. participated in major means-tested government assistance programs each month in 2012, per a recent U.S. Census Bureau report.

FemiStats—Foreign-born population doubles; young adults working less; only 6% of marrieds living in poverty and more

Young Adults in US—Foreign-born population doubles; less employment and higher poverty rates compared to prior generation of young adults.
The percentage of young adults today who are foreign born has more than doubled since 1980 (15 percent versus 6 percent).
All states have higher proportions of foreign-born young adults than 30 years ago.

314 million people in the U.S., legal and non-legal; 108 million of them on federal welfare (not inc. SS or Medicare)


Let's make this real simple for folks wondering which way to vote in November. Here is, According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the resident population of the United States, projected to 08/12/12:
314,145,332. And here is the number of people in the U.S (illegal immigrants and citizens) on means-tested welfare (welfare being foods stamps and programs but NOT Social Security or Medicare.) 108,000,000. Yes that's right a third of the people in the United States depend on others to pay their bills.

And this from Investor's Biz Daily: