Really? Please link to me saying that. At all.
You'll defend with your dying breath the utter necessity of funding assistance for people who are living much more comfortable lives than I did on the grounds that they're poor
For what it's worth I have had times in my life where I could have easily gotten food stamps, but didn't bother. I just spent what little I had at the time on food and rent.
Single moms with little babies don't get that happy option. And, before you go off, sometimes mommies are single because their man died or divorced them. It's not their evil, liberal life choices that put them in that position. **** happens.
Of course, you'd have to be the type of person who cares for the welfare (there's that word!) of little children; sadly, you are not.
ALSO:I'm curious about the standards to get food stamps where you live. Around here the income cutoff is something like $600/mo for a single person. Is it drastically higher in California?