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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by mikeyp, Apr 10, 2019.
Then putting their picture on the card and asking for an ID should be no problem then.
So, he was basically using government funds to subsidize the ability of his business to generate revenue.
Sounds like Planned Parenthood's business model just without the tax exemption.
This is the way they use to do it. Back in the depression, when my Dad was a little boy, my Grandma would have my Dad walk with her, pulling his wagon to the town hall to pick up a sack of flour, a chunk of government cheese and a few other items.
Clinton's welfare reform took the stamps out and put the credit cards in
The small "c" conservative in me says it's great. It's optional since you don't need to be a member of the church. Plus it's not like government taxes where if you don't pay they will take away your freedom or kill you.
...and they used to look like
so there was absolutely no mistaking what they were at the checkout.
This is how the entire government operates. The goal is to grow your division, so if your division is fighting poverty or drugs, you need more poverty and drugs to grow your office.
That’s a lot of $100 per diems.
In America the definition of hungry is you’re out of Oreos and Diet Coke. So you’re wrong then.
It’s simple really. Go to your local grocery store. See the fresh fruits and greens made by local farmers. Then see the chips and soda made by Nestle or Monsanto. Which producer gives big bucks to some senator in Ohio? There’s your answer.
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