(Video) He’s Back: The Food Stamp Surfer

During a Monday Watter’s World Investigates segment, the O’Reilly Factor did a follow-up story on Jason Greenslate, the Food Stamp Surfer.  Last year in August, Fox News profiled the 29-year-old San Diego resident who refuses to get a job, and instead buys sushi and lobster with a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) debit card, aka “Food Stamps”. Greenslate plays in a rock band and scoffs at the idea of getting a real job.

In this latest installment, Greenslate slate tells Fox News’ Jesse Watters, “Just because my job is cooler than your job, people are a little more jealous than anything.” “My job”? What is he talking about? Greenslate doesn’t have a job, unless you count all of the work he puts into remaining unemployed.

Greenslate is also shown in this latest video arriving at a San Diego strip club in a Cadillac Escalade. He also dismisses the idea of getting a job because it would interfere with his aspirations to be a musician.

If you’d like to catch up on things, watch the earlier “The Great Food Stamp Binge” segments from Fox News Senior Correspondent John Roberts, reporting for Special Report With Bret Baier:

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As you watch these videos, remember that your hard-earned tax dollars are financing this nonsense. There are currently about 47 million people on the Food Stamps program. According to the most recent numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are also 837,000 more people just like Jason, who are able to work, but have quit looking. Is it any wonder that the national debt is $17 trillion and rising fast?

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Jeff Allen is both a senior editor and columnist for BarbWire. He also serves as senior pastor in a mainline Christian church in Indiana. He is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene. Jeff is involved in several community ministries.

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