$36.00 a year, huh?<quoted text>
That 36 dollars you pay a year to support that small amount of fraud in the government food assistance programs is an outrage. we can all see where that small percentage of the $36 that pays for fraud would really be something to cry about every day.$36. Say it with me. "I cry every day on an online forum over $36 a year, yet will fight tooth and nail to defend corporations that use but don't pay into our infrastructure through offshore tax dodging schemes and h $4000 to $6000 a year I pay for it."
Alright, back to you crying about the dime a day you pay in feeding American children, seniors and vets. So noble. So brave. You remember that. Your big daily crybaby racist trip is over about a dime a day.
I guess that's a good starting point, but why stop there? Let's add it all up.
How much is my cell phone carrier charging me for all those Obama phones with 250 anytime minutes per month?
How much is HUD costing me with all the houses they purchase and the rents they pay in suburbs and nice areas?
How much is my gas and electric company charging me to provide gas and electric to the so-called poor that don't pay their bills?
How much per year am I paying towards Medicaid, not only state, but federal taxes too? I'm sure much more than I paid in the past since DumBama put a whole bunch of people on the program.
So get to work. Your research is ahead of you. Let me know the total cost that I as an American am paying for all these programs every year, and when you're done with that, I'll give you more.
And while you're at it, let me see your source claiming it costs $36.00 per year, because one out of seven Americans are on food stamps today. That means if you are standing in a room with 14 people, two of those people are being fed by by the other 12, and I sure as hell would like to see how that's done on $36.00 per year, or the combination of those other 12 totaling $432.00 per year.$432.00 per year doesn't feed one of those people for a year, even if it was a small child.