This is the person Democrats say you have a moral obligation to support

While you were out (working)

While you were out (working)

Surfer dude buys sushi, lobster on food stamps. 

[Jason] Greenslate, a 29-year-old La Jolla California surfer and musician who sings that he does not want a “motherfucking job” and has “fuck no” guilt about living on $200 of what he calls “free money ” — or what the government called Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Benefits — while he avoids a job to hang out on the beach, sing and chase women.

“Wake up, go down to the beach, hang out with my friends, hit on some chicks, start drinking,” Greenslate said, describing his day to Fox News’ John Roberts in an interview for the channel’s “The Great Food Stamp Binge” hosted by Bret Baier.

“I surf everyday. It’s wonderful, man. Just get away from everything, clear your head. Get out with the boys. Have a good time.” Greenslate said.

Roberts reports that Greenslate has no fixed address, instead choosing the life of a beach bum staying with family, friends and girlfriends, living off them and $200 a month in benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, which he uses to buy gourmet items at the grocery store.

“I don’t got a paycheck coming in so I qualify,” Greenslate told Roberts.

Fox News’ cameras joined Greenslate on one of his grocery shopping expeditions. With his Electronic Benefit Transfer card (EBT), the vehicle for food stamp benefits, Greenslate purchases sushi, lobster and coconut water.

“All paid for by our wonderful tax dollars,” he said with a smirk, leaving the store with his purchases.

“I’ll usually get sushi, but make it my own way, they didn’t have any good fish, so I just got the premade stuff,” he told Roberts after the grocery store visit, explaining his typical food buy.

Greenslate and his friends grilled the lobster along with chichken and hot dogs and shared the meat.

Greenslate has no intention of getting a job.

“That’s not the direction I’m going right now,” he said to Roberts, explaining his ambition is to be a rock star.

I used to think there’d be a limit to this but instead of revolution, we just see more of it every day. But if we can no longer hope that the pond scum of society will discard their infantile dependence, there is always the certainty that, sooner or later, the money to pay for all this will run out. The Greenwich Democrat’s designated intellectual, Dollar Bill, insists that that day will never come; the rich will just be squeezed harder to keep the cornucopia filled – I think DB’s reasoning capacity is as weak as his morals.


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18 responses to “This is the person Democrats say you have a moral obligation to support

  1. Anonymous are correct in that there is no limit to this orgy of gvmt …not sure how and when it ends …but there will be alot of tears….additionally someone recently mentioned that during LBJ’s days of the “great society” no one would have predicted the country being led by a conservative richard milhous nixon just a few years later ….all is not lost

  2. Anonymous

    fair enuff..he was flawed …but the country might actually want to turn away from these recent liberal ideals that we are living by…question is who wants the job ..i dont like chris christie and rand paul is a light weight…i see another clinton – bush battle looming

  3. Al Dente

    Jeff Spicoli lives on:

  4. that good ol’ Jason flaunts his subsidized lifestyle is galling enough, but his enablers in the welfare bureaucracy, who pocket a sizable portion of each welfare dollar, wouldn’t have it any other way. this will never change.

    • What a good point. Yeah, like Head Start, welfare’s more about sustaining and expanding a bureaucracy than helping “the poor”.
      Moynihan and McGovern both pointed out that for what we were spending on welfare the system, we could send every man woman and child in the dole something like $60,000. I’m sure that number is far larger today.

  5. cos cobber

    the war on poverty is our greatest failure.

    and the poverty management industrial complex has no plans in ceded back its share of the economy on public spending. the poverty management industrial complex is no different the military industrial complex, no different at all….except that its invisible to the public and the media.

  6. Flash

    Are there freeloaders in Russia?
    Sometimes I see breadlines, but no lobster sushi lines.
    What is their model for curing poverty?

  7. Some people take advantage of every possible Govt or private assistance, HandOutHelp they can! I also think people like that will hide the Assistance programs from public awareness to limit who they want to be assisted! On the other side of dependency demanders,there are those who go to great lengths to avoid receiving Govt or Private assistance help as long as they can! Liberals are to loose? Conservatives are to tight? The rich who buy $38,000.00 handbags,or whatever for status,point out another arrogant idea of how people value those who are less successful than they!

  8. Jackb26 Brem

    In Russia.. the old USSR..
    Everyone had a job, whether you wanted it.. or not.
    Eat sushi and die, surfer dude.

    • They used to have a saying over there, “they pretend to pay us, we pretend to work”. In our brave new world here in America, we’ve bred a generation of half-wits that don’t even bother pretending. Progress.

  9. housecat

    Speaking of Dollar Bill, I’m surprised he hasn’t blessed this post with one of his quasi-intellectual rantings. Too busy tending the pot farm?