23 October 2013
Food Stamps or S.N.A.P. goes back to  rates. As well as many more, Others include the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program and child nutrition programs such as the National School Lunch Program. All told, there are some 80 federally funded means-tested welfare programs totaling about $1 trillion in annual outlays.
Also an Additional $4 billion from the program, according to The Hill. Will be decided on October 30th, 2013 there are some 80 federally funded means-tested welfare programs.
This will affect 47 million food stamp recipients.  That is what’s wrong with the system. To many people have become government breeders. They get paid more for each child that will grow up to fill the private jails or any jail to make more money for the owners. And it is a general motive. I know the truth does hurt. Then I also know that When you have 47 million on food stamps, you have millions who do not need it, and you have probably a million receiving it fradulently. If we could solve that , there would be more for those truly in need, and there would be less of a stigma attached.
  Did you know that the number of Americans on welfare is higher than the number of Americans that have full-time jobs?
Did you know that 1.2 million public school students in the U.S. are currently homeless? 
When I was growing up, it seemed like almost everyone was from a middle class home.  But now that has all changed.  One recent study discovered that nearly half of all public students in the United States come from low income homes.
How can anyone deny that we are a socialist nation when half the people are getting money from the federal government each month?  According to the most recent numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau, 49.2 percent of all Americans are receiving benefits from at least one government program. Notice I said just ONE Government program.
According to numbers provided by Wal-Mart, more than half of their hourly workers make less than $25,000 a year.
One out of every four American workers has a job that pays $10 an hour or less.
According to one calculation, the number of Americans on food stamps now exceeds the combined populations of “Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming.”
So is there anyone out there that would still like to argue that we are in an “economic recovery”?
For all of those that keep sending proof, and stop spilling BS. You that wish proof, take anything that is written and let’s say for example this line. “Did you know that 1.2 million public school students in the U.S. are currently homeless?” Copy that line alone and paste it into any search engine, this way you will learn that what I say is fact as well as truth. You will come up with if you use, Use or explorer. Whatever the truth is there if you only wake up. But, I suggest that you do that soon. As a wage of 10.00 per hour is not even a living wage in today’s world or tomorrows.
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John Lewis
12543 Scenic Dr.
Rogers, Arkansas 72756
After all I could not live on just 4.00 a day, as your able to see food stamps pay exactly that 4.00 a day per person. That’s for all day. I prefer to say 10.00 a day is what I would need and that’s for just me alone Think about it then complain.
No, I don’t receive food stamps and really tried hard also. I first need to sell my home then of course some other things. You can’t get food stamps if you have money, and even money that you can’t spend. When will it hurt people like me? Already does, I just borrow as most of you do and pay back when I get my money. Which reminds me that I owe my grandson 25.00 LMAO
Prepare sheep, as it’s not going to get better…


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