Sisters make $540,000 babysitting their own kids from welfare

By: Ryan Lee Hall |  

If you want to know why the U.S. Government is going broke look no further.

A four-month investigation of the $340 million taxpayer-funded "Wisconsin Shares" program of childcare welfare found that the program is riddled with abuses and loopholes.

In one case, the investigation carried out by the news media found that four sisters with 17 children between them racked in $540,000 in taxpayer dollars since 2006, just by staying home and babysitting each other’s children. The most impressive of this all is that it is perfectly legal.