This is from a BlueOregon post and there is no source link but I'm taking these numbers at face value:
While TANF is primarily a program for children in single-parent households, there is a small program for children in two-parent households (TANF-UN) where the parents are unemployed or seriously underemployed. In February 2009 there were 2,539 families with children being helped in the two-parent program, compared to 20,966 single-parent households in the regular TANF program.
I'm always dismayed that the stigma of single motherhood has gone by the wayside. Now it is something to be celebrated and considered "brave" or a badge of honor. There are 8 times as many single parents needing this welfare over the two parent households.
Men: if you get her pregnant you need to marry her. Take care of your obligations.
Women: stop having sex with men that you aren't married to or intend to marry.
Government: stop rewarding single parents.
Anything else and you are condemning kids to a rough childhood.