Why should those not on assistance NOT question those who are about how food stamps and housing costs and day care, and whatever is given and then used? I understand it is out there, I would not qualify, but my tax dollars fund you and your needs. Why can't I inquire about what you buy and the such? Is it out of embarassment or pride or what? You can't just claim it is your business because I, and many others pay for it.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:07 PM on Jun. 11, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by kc932 at 11:26 PM on Jun. 11, 2009
Gosh, I don't know why anyone cares what others buy with their food stamps. I have enough shit to worry about and what the woman in front of me at the grocery store is or isn't buying isn't on my list of concerns. I would hope it would be healthy, but in all honesty it's not my job to make sure other families are eating healthy foods. If they want to load up on saturated fats, well then I guess that's their issues to deal with.
Now, as far as having the right to ask what others are buying, I can do that with anyone. Free speech and all. They also have the right to not answer my question or to tell me to take a hike. Again, that free speech thing.
Answer by QuinnMae at 11:30 PM on Jun. 11, 2009