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Theft...that's what you call this

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This too will fly under the radar of the mainstream.This story pissed me off so much, people taking 5,6 ,7 cart fulls out? I hate to say this but SNAP is a lifestyle now, not a hand up as it's argued.

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celebrates stealing an entire country

 

gets mad about people stealing food

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i wish people got this huffy about white collar fraud

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No one stole a country. Stop that ignorant meme

 

i guess it could be considered a hostile takeover if you have no soul

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i guess it could be considered a hostile takeover if you have no soul

Smh, come on man you are smarter than this.

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we "liberate" other countries from governments for doing what we've done to the indigenous tribes of this continent.  you can dismiss genocidal conquest all you want, but the truth is we came over here and took it by force

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Get over it...law of the land now.

 

And while you're at it...go back and trace every migrating civilization throughout history and give everything back to their original owners.

 

Word is...China might have a claim on the US now. 

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Theft indeed.

 

Theft from the people using the broken cards

Theft from WAL-MART by letting it happen.

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i wish people got this huffy about white collar fraud

 

 

This is the winner post.

 

People are so silly.  White collar fraud trumps things like this and welfare/benefit fraud by a thousandfold, yet people get hung up on poor people stealing food.  Is it right?  No way, it's not.  But the outcry over this and not the former, is crazy.  The right has been brain washed to hate poor people at all costs and the left has been told to defend the poor at all costs.  Then, nothing is done about the real issue at hand.   It's a voting tactic by both sides.  Let's stop buying into the BS.

 

White collar fraud probably funds elections, which is why neither party will jump all over it.  White collar fraud has ruined people's lives, but I don't think some people getting extra carts of food is going to cause anyone hardship.  

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