I work at Wal-mart and I have seen similar things also.

Enemy of the Statist

 

In a piece titled “My Time at Wal-Mart: Why We Need Serious Welfare Reform,” a cashier at a Wal-Mart in Maine tells unbelievable stories of welfare abuse and fraud.

What I didn’t expect to be part of my job at Wal-Mart was to witness massive amounts of welfare fraud and abuse…

I’m not against temporary aid helping those who truly need it. What I saw at Wal-Mart, however, was not temporary aid. I witnessed generations of families all relying on the state to buy food and other items…

Other things witnessed while working as a cashier included:

a) People ignoring me on their iPhones while the state paid for their food. (For those of you keeping score at home, an iPhone is at least $200, and requires a data package of at least $25 a month. If a person can spend $25+ a month so they can watch YouTube…

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About Life, Liberty, and The Pursuit of Movies, etc...

I am aspiring writer whose interested in Politics and Movies, but is sometimes too interested in fan fiction instead of his own work. I got the idea to write this blog watching Glenn Beck during one of his rants about Star Wars. I hope you enjoy this site, even if you have a different point of view.

Posted on February 17, 2012, in Reblogged, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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