Last evening we were shopping for an outdoor security light at a Harbor Freight store. As we were standing in line at the checkout there was a customer ahead of us who was paying by check. The cashier processed the transaction but the check was denied for insufficient funds. I actually felt bad for the man until he took out an EBT card to pay for an expensive automotive device.
Sheesh! An eleven year old girl gathers mistletoe from her father’s farm to sell wanting to help pay for her braces. The police told her she can’t because she has no permit. She was told it would be all right for her to beg for money.
So, some may think it is all right to use an EBT card at a casino in Vegas, buy drugs, Harbor Freight etc., but this little girl can’t sell mistletoe without a permit and she must beg on the corner?
What am I missing?
Pearl Harbor Memories… USA Today
Post Work Economy Saturday’s Steyn
0bama stars in the no name law that sank his party… Am. Thinker…
The long emergency for US workers continues… James Pethokoukis