Matthew 25: 31-46
‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ --Jesus, Son of God
There they go again and again and again.
It's always the poor and the powerless who get the GOP's attention when they need to pander for votes. Florida's much disliked governor, Rick Scott, tried this in his state--forcing people who receive state assistance to pee in a cup to prove they aren't on drugs. Luckily sanity prevailed, and a federal judge ruled that piece of mean-spirited theater was unConstitutional.
But that didn't stop others in the GOP trying to pile onto the least of their brethern. (Do these people actually read the book they say is the inerrant Word of God?)
What is it about "...whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me" don't they get?
Curiously, the GOPer are not asking any other entities that receive government subsidies/assistance/perks (oil companies, farmers, corporate CEOs who take all sorts of US government deductions to fatten their bottom line, and the most flagrant--US Congresswomen and Congressmen, whose US government perks would make a sultan blush) to prove they aren't on drugs.
You can go HERE to see which states in the good ole USof A are falling in love with harassing the poor and the powerless.