Skip to comments.Temporary toilets cost taxpayers $360K (food stamp line)
Posted on 11/15/2012 5:39:18 PM PST by TigerClaws
Hundreds of temporary toilets set up for one week at food stamp distribution sites for East Baton Rouge Parish recipients will cost taxpayers $360,214, according to records examined by the 9News I-Team. The state only had a few days to set up six locations for people in East Baton Rouge Parish to sign up for emergency food stamps after Hurricane Isaac. The program is known as DSNAP. In setting up the program, Louisiana's
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Food stamp recipients. According to a couple I spoke with (Obama voters) personally, for having your power out a couple hours you were given $600 in food stamps.
$360,000.00 for a couple truckloads of fecal matter. Yep, that’s Government for you.
70% of welfare dollars never reach the “poor”, it stays in the bureaucracy.
Walls is the easy part, circle the wagons.
Could have hired a few extra people for the week to quicken the lines - then no need to hire toilets. Hey but that’s non-government thinking.
Nice, though, in such a personal way to be able to give back a little something to the American taxpayers who made it all possible.
$4 million spent to give out $12 million.
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