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http://www.amazon.com/Obesity-among-Poo ... 082651636X
"Obesity costs our society billions of dollars a year in lost productivity and medical expenses, roughly half of which the federal government pays through Medicare and Medicaid. We know obesity plagues the poor more than the non-poor and poor women more than poor men. Poor women make up the majority of adult welfare recipients--coincidence or causal connection?"
Public assistance causes obesity? One of the main reasons we go abroad is because of the fat epidemic, its not the only reason of coarse. I think welfare is a contributing factor in fat epidemic, its not the only thing but it contributes. Other things are the princess entitlement mentality. But think about it, if a bitch did not have unlimited food welfare, that is she knew she did not have the gubbyment as her unconditional provider of food she would have less of this mentality. Sure miss princess is free to think of and treat men like crap but when is she is always hungry she will behave very differently to a guy that can bring food to her mouth.
Feminist hate it when guys get an accurate view of how women actually behave.
Like this book that is banned on Amazon, The Pimp Game: Instructional Guide
But you can get it hear in spite of that ban.
http://www.ebooksdownloadfree.com/Medic ... 13759.html
While not in my style, this book describes what is seemingly perplexing female behavior.
Like in the day when "The Prince" by Machiavelli was written, the common medieval reality was framed by the Church, they had the power over the masses. Machiavelli discussed how things actually worked, which was very different in fact and operationally from the Church version. His writings were banned too.
With this thought you can see poor women are essentially bribed with EBT cards, WICK and other handouts. All a politician has to do is maintain the illusion he is the source of this. Its a modern version of the Roman bread and circuses. Now its EBT cards and daytime TV.
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