Lol at your republican redneck stats.It wasn't proof of anything; we're just having a conversation.
I highly doubt there are statistics that captures the following question: "Are you able to work yet choose not to work in order to collect welfare?"
I can do a search later, but I doubt I'll find anything. The question itself is incriminating (for the lack of a better word), so no one would really answer it in an honest manner. But think about the following for a moment.
35.4% of the US population is on welfare (Dept. of Commerce). I find it hard to believe that over 110 million people are incapable of working. Not only that, but people on welfare do not have an incentive to work. Welfare pays more than $8/hr minimum wage in 39 states, more than $12/hr in 6 states, and more than the average salary of a teacher in 8 states (ibid.).
People receiving benefits or assistance are not called welfare.
Every child under 6 receives 100$/month in Canada. In your definition this means every single family in Canada in on welfare.