Wednesday, February 20, 2013

USDA takes money from you ... spends it wisely ... so just shut up, jackass

The United States Department of Agriculture has been working to dispel immigrants’ concerns that getting on Food Stamps will harm their chances of becoming U.S. citizens. 

The USDA addresses those fears in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or food stamp, brochures it distributes to Mexican consulates as part of its “partnership” with the Mexican government “to help educate eligible Mexican nationals living in the United States about available nutrition assistance.” 

In one portion of the brochure, USDA’s text asks, “If I get on SNAP benefits, will I be a ‘public charge?’” 

The brochure then answers: “No. You and your family can apply for and receive SNAP benefits without hurting your chance of becoming U.S. citizens.” The brochure further advises immigrants that members of their family could qualify for food stamps, even if they do not. More here:

And why does the federal government find it necessary to take money from me so they can advertise the wide availability of food stamps in America (more money from me) to Mexicans living in Mexico?   Just exactly WHAT purpose does that serve?  

Don't bother answering.  I know they're just trying to get more voters who will vote for Democrats.

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