“Twenty-three million households and 47 million Americans received benefits on an average month in 2013”.
“Enrollment declined slightly to 22 million households and 46 million individuals in 2014”.
“Three-quarters of those households included a child, an elderly person or someone with a disability”.
“The average monthly benefit per household was $274 in 2013 and $256 last year”.
‘The old adage that conservatives like to slander minorities with, saying they’re the demographic most likely to be unemployed and on food stamps, has been debunked by the hard facts’.
‘According to data from 2013, most of the people who receive benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program are white’.
From : http://aattp.org/attention-republicans-data-from-2013-shows-that-most-food-stamp-recipients-are-white/
So tell me again…..Why do Republicans keep trying to stop health care?
‘According to the poll, even 56 percent of Republican voters want to keep the subsidies in place. 74 percent of Democrats and 57 percent of Independents support upholding the subsidies’.
‘A Hart Research Associates Poll released on March 2, finds that by a solid 63-29 majority, American voters want to keep Obamacare intact’.
‘The national survey of 800 registered voters, conducted on behalf of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU)’,
‘Found that 63 percent of respondents would disapprove, if the Supreme Court restricted the availability of tax credits under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)’,
‘With 44 percent strongly disapproving’.
‘Just 29 percent of American voters would approve of the Supreme Court siding with the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell’.
‘Only 15 percent strongly favored the Court pulling the federal subsidies and depriving millions of Americans of coverage under the ACA’.
From : http://www.politicususa.com/2015/03/04/30-percent-americans-support-supreme-court-nixing-obamacare-subsidies.html
”It’s not even clear what Walker is referring to. Like many presidential candidates, Obama hasn’t released his college transcripts … but neither, as far as we can tell, has Walker’.
‘In the past few weeks, there has been renewed media attention on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s decision to drop out of Marquette University before completing his college degree, as various reporters try to unravel the story of the potential presidential candidate’s final college years’.
‘But it turns out that it’s not just people like Trump who are using this talking point. In an interview with radio host Dana Loesch at CPAC last week, Walker gave a nod to those who are skeptical of President Obama’s history’.
‘Referring to the stories about the Wisconsin governor’s college days, Loesch told Walker, “You’ve already been more vetted than the commander-in-chief.”
(ROTFLMAO!!! The vetting on Walker hasn’t even begun yet – trust me!)
“Yeah,” Walker responded. “And more written about my college days than the president. I unsealed my records!”
‘It’s not even clear what Walker is referring to. Like many presidential candidates, Obama hasn’t released his college transcripts … but neither, as far as we can tell, has Walker’.
From : http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/scott-walker-pushes-birther-talking-point-about-obamas-sealed-college-records
‘Conservative radio host Mark Levin said during an appearance Tuesday night on Fox News that under the Obama administration there has “been more genocide, more rape, more enslavement” than at any other time in “modern history.”
“Netanyahu is a warrior, he’s a combat veteran,” Levin said. “He is a leader who takes his commander in chief responsibilities seriously. … Barack Obama is a community activist. He’s a rabble-rouser. He’s an ideologue and he’s an appeaser. That’s the difference.”
“There’s been more genocide, more rape, more enslavement under this president than any president of modern history,” Levin said. “You know I think back to Reagan. Reagan was the liberator. … This President is the imprisonment President.”
From : http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/mark-levin-president-obama-rape