Says Gloria Nunez, 40, (right) who has never worked and has no high school degree. She and her daughter, Angelica Hernandez, survive on a $637 Social Security check and $102 in food stamps.
They be strugglin’ reads the news caption: Struggling in Chicago
They be strugglin’ all right, strugglin’ to get into their clothes and tie their shoes. Why not try losing about a 1/4 ton apiece and finishing getting your GED mom? That would seem to be a good starting point.
Surviving on social security and food stamps and most likely HUD subsidized housing? How do you American taxpayers put up with this? You be strugglin’ too, to support these two beached whales.