From the New York Post:
The number of New York City residents receiving food stamps more than doubled over the past decade under Mayor Bloomberg, according to data released yesterday.
Now, 1.8 million receive food stamps, a jump from 800,000 in 2002, the Independent Budget Office data show.
The cost of the federally funded food-stamp program in the city skyrocketed to $3.4 billion from $1.28 billion over the past decade.
My only question is, how high will the Dow have to go once Americans start the self-immolations?
Full article here.
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