Ketchup sandwiches and other things stupid poor people eat
Anastasia Basil

This isn’t just great, it’s important, and something Christians especially should understand, since I personally know so many who share the opinions of that woman at the checkout, believing all the while that their reward is in heaven. What Jesus said about these people, I won’t repeat, but I bet you can guess.

I know a little something about the subject, having been adopted at age one, suffering from severe malnutrition, by a family able to provide track shoes, but not college, after my father was killed on the job. BTW, mayonnaise sandwiches are much more nutritious, and even better with a slice of government cheese. People need aid, people need a safety net; these are OUR families, too. I beg you’ll all vote accordingly.

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