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Chicago Public Schools Now Phoning Home to Make Sure Kids Are Signed Up for Welfare







Chicago Public School parents received robocalls last week encouraging them to sign their children up for food stamps and free or low-cost health insurance.


"Currently there are 68,000 children in the Chicago Public Schools that are not enrolled in free or low-cost health insurance and SNAP also knows as food stamps,” the recording, obtained by The Daily Caller, says. "Your child may be one of them. To find out more about your eligibility call the Children and Family Benefits Unit at 773-553-KIDS.”


"Or visit your child’s school and ask the clerk for a Children and Family Benefits Unit flier,” the message added.

The Chicago Public School website explains the Children and Family Benefits Unit (CFBU) "works to ensure that CPS families receive those benefits to which they are entitled.”

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These kids will pay for their parents signing up for welfare. We are borrowing money now to pay for all of this insanity. 200 billion a year in interest payments now. By the time these kids are in high school the interest payments per year will be double or triple what they are now. Taxes are going to be confiscatory. hahahahaaaaa. The damage from oblameo will be felt for generations.

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6 years of the incompetent oblameo. Oblameo still blaming his failures (and there are many) on Bush. Never before has a president laid off the blame like this bungler oblameo. First it was Bush. Now it is racism AND bush. Oblameo is an extraordinary liar.

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