I would honestly support it if it eliminated all other social welfare programs, was cost neutral, and indexed to inflation to control future costs.. That would never happen though. There's no way the administrators of the 30+ existing programs would give up the power they've fought for over the years. It's similar to getting rid of tax deductions and having a lower flat tax rate. It's probably good for the country. It'd save a ton of money in compliance costs. However, special interest groups will never give up their power and let it happen.