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House OKs Cut To Food Stamps

January 30, 2014

WASHINGTON (AP) — After years of setbacks, a nearly $100 billion-a-year compromise farm bill cleared the House on Wednesday despite strong opposition from conservatives who sought a bigger cut in......

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Jan-30-14 8:55 PM

Craoker, may iffin dey is hongry, den day won't do the uuH! UUH!so much and den day won't be haven so many BAYBEES da we workin' folk gots to PAY FOR???

Whats U think, Maggot???

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Jan-30-14 1:52 PM

Come on, Displaced. As Comrade Obamboozler said, when you spread the wealth around it's good for everybody. And he's a Constitutional Scholar so he should know...

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Jan-30-14 10:15 AM

Food stamps, heating assistance, etc. Must be nice. What the h e ll do I get but ever increasing costs to subsidize this crap?

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Jan-30-14 6:31 AM

So the states take "advantage" of the system they are a big part of!

"The final savings in the food stamp program would come from cracking down on some states that seek to boost individual food stamp benefits by giving people small amounts of federal heating assistance that they don't need."

Farm subsidizes were started in the 1930's as a result of the "Dust Bowl" (Sunday might be the Snow Bowl). I would give the people credit for helping the dust bowl era farmers out in time of great need. Fast forward 80 years and the program is abused and just a easy way to steal tax payer money in the name of "program!"

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