SO in your ignorant little world what happens when there are more people eligible for work then there is work?
So, what would you do when there are more workers than jobs? Take money from the productive elements to give to the unproductive elements? This can create a negative feedback cycle whereby taking from the productive elements causes some of the productive elements to turn into unproductive elements which means you have to take more from the remaining productive elements to support the existing and new unproductive elements which.....
Societies are built on their population being productive. The more productive that population, the more prosperous the society. Any resources that you take away from the population that is productive, decreases their productivity.
I don't want people to starve, but where do you draw the line? Food? Housing? Healthcare? Cell Phones? Utilities? Big screen tv? Cable television? Education? There was an article in our local newspaper about a year ago about a woman in her early fifties that had a vehicle, a 50 inch television, a house, food, electricity and a cell phone. You know what she didn't have? A job. Was she capable of having a job...YES. Why does this person get to live BETTER THAN I DO with out any of the stress and actual work that I have to deal with? And guess what, in addition to having to pay for my own house and car and electricity, I also get to pay for HERS!