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So the guy is getting about $6.70 per day for food. The article makes no mention of his having any income to speak of, and these entitlements are based on income; not wealth.
I'd be thrilled to change entitlement rules such that wealth is factored in, but Republicans would have NO part of it... After all, many extremely wealthy people collect all manner of entitlements by mitigating their own income.
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