Belleville, IL

#1 Jun 8, 2013
My neighbor complains that she can't make ends meet. She is 26 years old and has three children. She says the 710 she receives each month per child and also for herself is not enough from SSA. She is receiving 2840 per month from SSA.
Does anyone have answers to the following?
Isn't the United States of America and our State broke?
How can we afford to just give people money to live on?
Does anyone in this family ever have to work for a living?
How long can they receive Welfare? why is the mom getting 710 for herself each month?
Is this Link Money?
Is this housing Money?
Her kids are in school all day.
Why doesn't she work?
Our country is trouble. We have more bills than assets.
Where are our blue collar jobs?

Saint Louis, MO

#2 Jun 8, 2013
Is she a big time slut, if so I'd like to meet her. I can get her more cash.

Ballwin, MO

#3 Jun 8, 2013
They say welfare mother's make better lovers as she pulls her Cadillac up to the grocery store fills the cart to the brim with all those favorite foods bananas,greens,watermelons,win gs,and let's not forget the purple koolaid,then that turd producing welfare leech wips out her EBT card now thats living ghetto style high off the hog.

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