A few points:
1. Here' how you started the thread: "And some are worried about a few poor people 'scamming' a few hundred dollars.......". Your statement was wrong, intentionally misleading. It's billions of dollars, not "a few hundred". And the $9 billion to $14 billion in estimated welfare fraud is for Federal welfare. It does not include state welfare payments, so the figure is undoubtedly quite a bit higher. A correct start to your thread would go something like this: "And some are worried about poor people defrauding taxpayers to the tune of billions of dollars a year..." Imagine that.
2. Who said we're not worried about corporate corruption? I've seen no posts claiming corporate corruption isn't a significant problem. So you started the thread with an incorrect premise, a straw-man argument if ever there was one.
3. I said unfunded liabilities for Social Security and Medicare are more than all the money in the world. You said I was "on drugs". I proved my point. You've gone quiet on the issue. What a surprise.
4. You admit government is corrupt -- no argument from me. And as corrupt as it is, it's even more inefficient and wasteful. Yet you support an ever-bigger, more intrusive government. Where's the logic in that?
5. The bigger point, which you continually try to obfuscate, is that we have a massive government spending problem (see #3 above), of which welfare fraud is but a relatively tiny part (though still billions of dollars per year -- when did billions of dollars in waste and fraud become trivial?).