Herbert G Peters for US Senate, California

108 million of "we the people" are on some form of welfare; that is one of every 3 of our citizens. That is too much of a burden for those who choose to work.

Welfare is too important; it must be approached with the idea and effort to help people back to productivity.

The better direction is more jobs.

Our Creator God has given to each person the stimulus of hunger we must use that stimulus to coax people back to work.

We must restore the welfare task to the rightful groups that would help able people out of poverty and into productive jobs. I believe that the Churches and Private Charities; together with cities, counties and states, in that order, are the right groups. For reference, see Welfare Activities Of Our Country Before The 1930s