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BugAC
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Member since Oct 2007
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re: Food stamp use reaches another high in September: 47.7 million participants


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The crime is we don't see the bigger picture.


That apathy towards 1 in 7 people in America are on a taxpayer provided government subsidy reserved for the poor. Ergo, those on food stamps are without jobs or are in poverty, and you just want us to stop talking bad about Obama and his policies that have led us to this.






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blueboy
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between here and there
Member since Apr 2006
17565 posts

re: Food stamp use reaches another high in September: 47.7 million participants


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FORWARD!

this is going to be the new "in" on this board.






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LSURussian
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2005
80167 posts

re: Food stamp use reaches another high in September: 47.7 million participants


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I forgot I was on the rant.

You're not on the Rant. You're on the Poli Board.






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PlanoPrivateer
LSU Fan
Frisco, TX
Member since Jan 2004
1326 posts

re: Food stamp use reaches another high in September: 47.7 million participants


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Haha, I didn't think that could be misinterpreted, but I forgot I was on the rant.


Oh I see the problem. We are really on the Rant. I thought we were on Political Talk. My bad.






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blueboy
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between here and there
Member since Apr 2006
17565 posts

re: Food stamp use reaches another high in September: 47.7 million participants


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That being said, I am for big nutritional reform. I am for limiting the types of foods that can be purchased.

I am for shooting you in the fricking head.
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If the government is going to pay for you food and your healthcare, the government gets to assist in preventative care, such as diet.

Exactly what they're doing, with Emperor Bloomberg and his subjects as the test bed to see if we'll tolerate it - and we will.

It's the children, man. Will no one think of the poor children?






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