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Use "moochers" in a sentence
"Popular conservative writer Michelle Malkin called the gathered Atlanta crowd "moochers" and called Section 8 a "welfare-state relic.""
"Interesting in many respects, but then she mentioned that she was conservative because she didn't like all the people here who were "moochers" and wanted to preserve what is American about American culture."
"There's a hatred toward "moochers" and "parasites" - the Tea Party movement, which is mainly a bunch of pissed off suburban white people whining about minorities consuming social services, describes the battle as being between "water-carriers" and "water-drinkers"."