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Tag: God gave each of you a brain
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Some recent development gives insight on why the Democratic Party loves "the poor" so much, and why they create so many of them. Over at Breitbart's Big Government, they highlight a new GAI report that details how JP Morgan has made "at least $560,492,596" processing EBT cards in 75% of the 24 states they have under contract. via Big Government
Indeed, JP Morgan's Christopher Paton told Bloomberg News that food stamps are big business for the big bank:
Nice gig, eh? JP Morgan lobbies Ag Committee Chair Sen. Debbie Stabenow, for their graft then those of us that are taxpayers also get to pay for the policing of JP Morgan's transaction processing. Think not?
So how did EBT processors like JP Morgan land its lucrative half-billion dollars worth of contracts?
When it comes to funding campaigns, JP Morgan is Debbie Stabenow's third best friend. Remember folks, the $500 billion Farm Bill that Sen. Stabenow, is now all of a sudden campaigning on while Arab Spring rages against America, is 80% EBT/SNAP money. JP Morgan has paid Debbie handsomely for their share of that $400 million in food stamp monies her committee sent to the Senate floor.
What's a Food Stamp President Obama, to do? Only one thing...
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