NYS proposed law aims to reduce EBT a...

NYS proposed law aims to reduce EBT abuse

There are 2 comments on the WNYT NewsChannel 13 story from Feb 5, 2013, titled NYS proposed law aims to reduce EBT abuse. In it, WNYT NewsChannel 13 reports that:

For Sarah Fish, The Hungry Fish isn't just an ordinary cafe. For this 33 year old Troy woman it's a dream come true.

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Molon Labe

Albany, NY

#1 Feb 5, 2013
Easy fix... if you are on public assistance, you can buy rice, american cheese, pasta, eggs, flour, butter, bread, milk, oatmeal, a few canned goods, and hamburger.

Everything else is off limits. The public teat isn't an unlimited feeding trough.

Want more variety in your diet? Get a job. Not my responsibility to give you luxury items, and I want my money to be spent to make welfare as unpleasant as possible.
Shocker

Albany, NY

#2 Feb 5, 2013
Exactly how long are we working Americans going to take this sh**T?

How much longer before we march on the Capital Building in Albany and DEMAND that something be done about the waste and squandering of our tax dollars by the indolent?

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