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Dec 11 2013

Your Food Stamp Dollar at Play

Finally, a silver lining has been found to the radical expansion of the food stamp rolls to over 47 million moochers under Obama. In light of the information below, it should help stimulate the beer, liquor, and tobacco industries.

Jesse Watters of the O’Reilly Factor headed down to Key West to investigate the laid back lifestyle that is becoming ever more popular. From an interview with a resident:

WATTERS: Are you on food stamps?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE 4: Yes. I trade the stamps for beer and vodka, and cigarettes.

In a redistributive system, that’s what keeps the economy rolling along — toward the edge of a cliff.

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On a tip from Artfldgr.

10 Responses to “Your Food Stamp Dollar at Play”

  1. 762x51 says:

    Now I wonder who UNIDENTIFIED MALE 4 voted for in Nov. 2012? That would have been a great follow-up question

  2. RockThisTown says:

    How are Obama stamps being traded? Am I misreading ‘non-transferable’? Fraud is definitely occurring when traded for alcohol or tobacco, but what about when they’re used? If they’re ‘non-transferable’, wouldn’t the retailer have to be committing fraud as well?

  3. Spurwing Plover says:

    I thought Food Stamps only went for the eccentuals not to dirty liqure and wacky tobacy

  4. patti says:

    It’s so sad because the ones who really need help and use the help wisely will be the ones who suffer. I know some people who, through no fault of their own, were left desperate and had to fight for a piddling amount of assistance. The short time they were receiving food stamps they shopped wisely, cooked from scratch and got off when they got a job.

  5. MC Hammer's Crackpipe says:

    Too bad the drug dealers won’t take foodstamps.

  6. Leonard Jones says:

    One really needs to look at the photo of a Zimbabwe
    100 Trillion dollar note to see where Obama is taking

  7. Conway Hogg says:

    @ L.Jones What ever happened to the trillion dollar coin plan to pay off the debt? Countries around the world were ready to line up and purchase seventeen of them. The Zimbabwe currency doubles as wallpaper:

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