We'll take these one at a time. You've spouted what are either lies or you're just painfully ignorant.
1. We have wealth inequality because people are getting lazy.http://www.ibtimes.com/america-workers-are-more-productive-their-wages-are-flat-some-cases-lower-1393941
Productivity has increased while real wages have flattened or decreased. This doesn't mean that people aren't working hard. It means they are being compensated less for creating MORE value.
2. People don't work hard because they expect the government to take care of them.http://dadaviz.com/i/3810
Americans work more hours per yer on average than any other industrialized nation. This averages out to around 32 hours a week. The way that statistics works, that doesn't mean that people aren't working full time jobs. We have an economy where employers are shifting to part time schedules so that they aren't responsible for providing benefits. It's because companies refuse to give benefits like healthcare, sick time, et cetera, along with part time hours while demanding full time availability from employees eliminating the possibility of second and third jobs that creates a dependence on the government. You can't actually survive on the pay and benefits of the jobs that exist. The workers aren't being subsidized. The companies labor force is being subsidized. Walmart couldn't afford to run a Supercenter without the $1,000,000 per store/per year supplement the federal and state governments give to their labor force just to keep them just healthy and productive enough to be able to afford to work at a job they can't afford to get out of.
Corporate welfare is what the problem really is.If real wages had kept up with increases to productivity and profit, Walmart wouldn't need a million dollars in subsidy each year for each Super Center just to keep their work force alive.
3. The LGBT community wants to "run the whole ship"
I'm of mixed race. If I would have been born a decade or two earlier, my very existence would have been a crime. Thankfully, the constitution you tout, but certainly haven't read (your arguments lead me to believe you lack even the capacity) protects EQUAL rights for all. My parents weren't trying to "run the whole ship" because they didn't want to be treated inequitably by the law. If you personally and religiously don't believe in gay marriage, you have the wonderful freedom in this country to not participate in being gay. When they start passing laws saying you have to suck a dick or go to psychologically damaging 'therapy' to make you stop being heterosexual, then you can tell me they are running the boat. Until then, they are just being asked to be treated like everyone else.
4. Undocumented workers don't have any rights, as per the Constitution.
I'm surprised you can spell the word constitution. They do have rights. Our constitution sets forth bodies and procedures for creating and executing laws. Some of our laws (which are perfectly constitutional) give rights to immigrants, non-citizens, refugees... The fact that these laws were passed in a constitutional manner and not deemed unconstitutional by our Supreme Court would in fact verify the constitutional existence of rights for immigrants.
5. Americans need a good education so they don't have to depend on the government.
Many Americans have a good education and are still stuck working part time hours in big box stores or the service industry at or near the minimum wage. There are a lot of Americans who don't have access to a decent education. In my state of Kansas, that's because our education budget has been more than decimated by Republican leadership.
If more Americans worked at jobs where they had a union, where the workers were able to negotiate a contract with their employer so they could share in the increased productivity and profits that companies have been enjoying, they wouldn't need to depend on the government. If we had better laws that encouraged employers to fairly compensate their employees at least to the point that an employee could afford to literally survive without government assistance, we wouldn't need the corporate welfare we see today in poverty wage subsidies to the workforce.
So wealth inequality has nothing to do with the actual mount of work that Americans are doing or the value created by their work. Americans work more hours than other industrialized countries for less compensation. So we aren't lazy. Most households that receive benefits from the government are working households. In many cases, they are required to be. So it's not because Americans are lazy that we have a dependence on government subsidies. We are actually subsidizing the impoverished workforce who haven't been compensated fairy relative to their value and productivity. Immigrants are in fact human beings, and as such do have certain inalienable rights you may have read about somewhere... or maybe not. They also happen to enjoy certain legislated and judicially sanctioned rights established by our constitutional republic. No one is trying to interfere with your freedom to not suck a dick. Until you've been force fed tube steak, no one's taken over any boats. I agree, Americans should get educated. If they knew more about their rights to speak up, speak out an organize at work, their employers wouldn't have to depend on the government to subsidize their workforce.