It is my opinion people are not owed a certain quality of life at others peoples expense. If you are benefiting from the property of someone else against that persons will then I simply do not think that I am wrong in taking that benefit away. I feel that the way to a more caring society is not one through government welfare, but one by which the people take it on themselves to care for their fellow man. Maybe that is a naive position to take, but I do not feel that a coercive system of care will ever bring about a better world.I won't argue that welfare is an abused governmental program full of holes in need of fixing. However, it does not make those who truly need it as being helpless or hopeless as many Libertardians will have me to believe. You simply cannot generalize people who are on some form of governmental assistance as being second-class, or in many cases, non-citizens. I used to work with homeless people to find housing, health and dental care, even some form of employment in order to achieve a better quality of life. Many were not looking for a handout or to be dependent but suffered from mental and/or physical illnesses that limited their ability to function as a "normal" adult human being. So why, for example can you as a Libertardian deny such individuals the opportunity for a better quality of life in good conscience?