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Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, Which State Has the Highest Food Stamp Usage of All?

mike1471 Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 11:06 AM
"If you are working full time and still can't afford to feed your family, are you a moocher?" Simple answer for you a low information voter- Yes. If you are working full time and still can't afford to feed your family, should you be allowed to take $$ from your neighbor? Same difference except the Govt takes its cut. And just for comparrison, see this Wash Post reality story that may have missed your view: " Deep in it, however, reporter Eli Saslow undermined his case when he sympathetically cited “a series of exhausting, fractional decisions” a couple with two toddlers face over having to choose between food “or the $75 they owed the tattoo parlor.” " Read more: http://newsbusters.org/#ixzz2O5oMmZS3
Texas Chris Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 1:20 PM
Exactly right. Food Stamp programs are no different than if you make minimum wage and the government says it's okay for you to mug a few people on the side to make ends meet. Only difference is the mugging happens before we get our paychecks...