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Cheating, Family, and Food: Cody Johnston @drmistercody The "all-time high" is .09%. Seems worth starving the remaining 99.91% over. Yes? Fox News @FoxNews Food stamp fraud at all-time high: Is it time to end the program? bit.ly/2ioovW4 12/27/16, 6:15 PM constant-instigator: landlordkiller420: anarchapella: comcastkills: profeminist: Source even if the fraud was like 5% it wouldn’t compare to rich people cheating the system by trillions lmao Also, SNAP “fraud” is like exchanging some of your stamps for cash to buy necessities you can’t buy with stamps, like soap or deodorant or tampons TBH even if one hundred percent of people on food stamps were committing food stamp fraud I’d still be in favor of keeping the program around Hey I wanna talk about this. I work at a drug addiction counseling center. A ton of my clients have, at one time or another, sold their food stamps. This is basically exactly what the GOP is afraid of, right? Drug addicts selling their food stamps. I have learned, now, to ask them WHY they sold their food stamps. Here is an incomplete list of the answers: - I need tampons, and you can’t buy them with foodstamps - See above RE: toilet paper - I was living in a hotel with no kitchen then. I had to buy pre-prepared food - The homeless shelter won’t let me keep food in my locker or room, so I have to buy pre-prepared food (Yes, really) - I had to make rent - My sister had to make rent - My son had to make rent - I needed co-pays to get my medication or I’ll die - I needed co-pays to get my medication or I’ll loose control of my mental health But the absolute most common form of food stamp fraud I see? Giving away food stamps to other family members who get no food stamps or insufficient food stamps to feed their families. I see that every month. People glassy eyed and hungry because they gave away their food to their adult kids, their grand kids, cousins, siblings etc. So, is food stamp fraud rampant? In some places, yes. And I’m not about to chastise people for it.

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Cheating, Family, and Food: Cody Johnston @drmistercody The "all-time high" is .09%. Seems worth starving the remaining 99.91% over. Yes? Fox News @FoxNews Food stamp fraud at all-time high: Is it time to end the program? bit.ly/2ioovW4 12/27/16, 6:15 PM constant-instigator: landlordkiller420: anarchapella: comcastkills: profeminist: Source even if the fraud was like 5% it wouldn’t compare to rich people cheating the system by trillions lmao Also, SNAP “fraud” is like exchanging some of your stamps for cash to buy necessities you can’t buy with stamps, like soap or deodorant or tampons TBH even if one hundred percent of people on food stamps were committing food stamp fraud I’d still be in favor of keeping the program around Hey I wanna talk about this. I work at a drug addiction counseling center. A ton of my clients have, at one time or another, sold their food stamps. This is basically exactly what the GOP is afraid of, right? Drug addicts selling their food stamps. I have learned, now, to ask them WHY they sold their food stamps. Here is an incomplete list of the answers: - I need tampons, and you can’t buy them with foodstamps - See above RE: toilet paper - I was living in a hotel with no kitchen then. I had to buy pre-prepared food - The homeless shelter won’t let me keep food in my locker or room, so I have to buy pre-prepared food (Yes, really) - I had to make rent - My sister had to make rent - My son had to make rent - I needed co-pays to get my medication or I’ll die - I needed co-pays to get my medication or I’ll loose control of my mental health But the absolute most common form of food stamp fraud I see? Giving away food stamps to other family members who get no food stamps or insufficient food stamps to feed their families. I see that every month. People glassy eyed and hungry because they gave away their food to their adult kids, their grand kids, cousins, siblings etc. So, is food stamp fraud rampant? In some places, yes. And I’m not about to chastise people for it.

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Cheating, Family, and Food: Cody Johnston @drmistercody The "all-time high" is .09%. Seems worth starving the remaining 99.91% over. Yes? Fox News @FoxNews Food stamp fraud at all-time high: Is it time to end the program? bit.ly/2ioovW4 12/27/16, 6:15 PM constant-instigator: landlordkiller420: anarchapella: comcastkills: profeminist: Source even if the fraud was like 5% it wouldn’t compare to rich people cheating the system by trillions lmao Also, SNAP “fraud” is like exchanging some of your stamps for cash to buy necessities you can’t buy with stamps, like soap or deodorant or tampons TBH even if one hundred percent of people on food stamps were committing food stamp fraud I’d still be in favor of keeping the program around Hey I wanna talk about this. I work at a drug addiction counseling center. A ton of my clients have, at one time or another, sold their food stamps. This is basically exactly what the GOP is afraid of, right? Drug addicts selling their food stamps. I have learned, now, to ask them WHY they sold their food stamps. Here is an incomplete list of the answers: - I need tampons, and you can’t buy them with foodstamps - See above RE: toilet paper - I was living in a hotel with no kitchen then. I had to buy pre-prepared food - The homeless shelter won’t let me keep food in my locker or room, so I have to buy pre-prepared food (Yes, really) - I had to make rent - My sister had to make rent - My son had to make rent - I needed co-pays to get my medication or I’ll die - I needed co-pays to get my medication or I’ll loose control of my mental health But the absolute most common form of food stamp fraud I see? Giving away food stamps to other family members who get no food stamps or insufficient food stamps to feed their families. I see that every month. People glassy eyed and hungry because they gave away their food to their adult kids, their grand kids, cousins, siblings etc. So, is food stamp fraud rampant? In some places, yes. And I’m not about to chastise people for it.

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Makeup, Tumblr, and Alabama: Religious affiliations of Republicans in Super Tuesday states Overall 96 who say religion Other Unaffi is very ProtestantProtestant black Prot.CatholicChristiasfaithsiated important EvangelicalMainline Historically Other 1%; 1%) 72% 15 ■ 13 Alaska 44.. 14 Arkansas 61-15 Colorado 40 19 Georgia 5712I Mass. 10I Minnesota 30 Oklahoma 56·· 21 72 1958 69 <1 14 12I 504I 4 27 10 I 58 12 72 Tennessee 67 14 Texas 4616 Virginia 4122 Tota 4717 17 12 I 15 12I 1767 13 Source: 2014 U.S. Religious Landscape Study, conducted June 4Sept. 30, 2014 Note: Other Christians include Mormons, Orthodox Christians, Jehovah's Witnesses and members of other, smaller Christian groups. Other faiths include Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and members of other non-Christian faiths. Don't know/refused responses not shown. Vermont Republicans are not shown separately due to insufficient sample size, although they are included in the overall tally for Republicans in the 12 Super Tuesday states. Colorado Republicans will caucus on Tuesday but will not vote directly for a presidential candidate PEW RESEARCH CENTER Religious affiliations of Democrats in Super Tuesday states Overall 96 who say religion Other Unaffi is very ProtestantProtestant black Prot.CatholicChristiasfaithsiated important EvangelicalMainlineHistorically Other Alabama 28% 10% 2167 3838 2261 39% 7% 2%) 84% Arkansas 3418 16 Colorado 11 18 10I Georgia 21 12 I 32 Mass 9 I 3732 27 Minnesota 9I Oklahoma 38 Tennessee 3913 Texas 19 Vermont 6 Virginia 17 Total 2438 285 1863 2258 50 21 2253 2553 34 4 20 15 12I 13I 14 י 12I 14 17 12 I 17 24 20 15 Source: 2014 U.S. Religious Landscape Study, conducted June 4-Sept. 30, 2014. Note: Other Christians include Mormons, Orthodox Christians, Jehovah's Witnesses and members of other, smaller Christian groups. Other faiths include Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and members of other non-Christian faiths. Don't know/refused responses not shown. PEW RESEARCH CENTER pewresearch: Religious groups rarely vote as a fully unified bloc, but looking at the religious makeup of individual states can help us understand the electoral landscape. A closer look at religion in the Super Tuesday states

pewresearch: Religious groups rarely vote as a fully unified bloc, but looking at the religious makeup of individual states can help us und...

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