Sunday, July 20, 2008

Irony Is Lost On NPR

This story is about how bad the economy is and that some people can't even afford to buy meat. Looking at the picture I don't think these women have EVER missed a meal. On top of that one of them has NEVER had a job. How in the world can you get THAT FAT without having a job? How much can these lazy welfare sucking women get from food stamps? I could stand to lose 10-15 pounds but I guess if I want to get really obese I need to go on welfare. For an article that the democrat run National Public Radio was supposed to make us feel sorry for these people has infuriated me!


Anonymous Liz said...

I read the article and The remark of "Why don't you have a kid" is so typical of people on welfare.
Just have another kid and collect another check....on and on it goes.
I seriously doubt these welfare kids ever get the benefit of any of the welfare money.

July 20, 2008 10:04 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

One of these women mentioned that she was only qualified to work in a store or a restaurant. How many women have you ever seen working in a store or restaurant that are the size of these two women? They should try exercising more and eating less, then maybe they could get a job. It must be extremely difficult to be so overweight and they do have psychological problems related to their current status in life. We can help some of the people some of the time but wer can't help all of the people all of the time. Every country has a certain number of disadvantaged citizens at one time or another.

July 21, 2008 8:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those aren't robust women, they are fat disgusting welfare pigs, period. They serve no useful purpose other than as a food source for inmates.

July 22, 2008 11:30 AM  
Anonymous lee said...

These two women need exercise, not food. If they could maintain an average weight perhaps they could find employment. Although they donb't live near stores, restaurants, many people in rural areas manage to work for a living.
And get off welfard......

July 22, 2008 2:22 PM  

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