The food stamp president wants more people on food stamps

Participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps) hit an all-time high earlier this year. Currently more than 46,000,000 people are enrolled, or about one in seven Americans. This represents a more than 45% increase in food-stamp use since Barack Obama became president. This is an accomplishment most folks who want to increase dependency on government would be proud of, but for Obama, it’s just not enough. So the USDA is spending millions of taxpayer dollars running radio ads in an attempt to recruit still more Americans to sign up for the program:

7 Responses to The food stamp president wants more people on food stamps

  1. senior blonde says:

    In our town kids can eat two meals and a snack five days a week. Just by showing up. There are no restrictions about income, etc.. If those same families are getting food stamps (and lots of them do) they should be. Eating pretty well. And it is all provided by the “farm Bill.”


  2. Fritz says:

    Food stamps, cheap college loans (that will be forgiven), amnesty for illegals, free medical care (free to the freeloaders, that is), and so on. I get the feeling that someone is trying to buy votes.


  3. Freedom, by the way says:

    Buying votes is just a means to an end. The End of America. The Beginning of an All-Powerful Central Government who controls our lives from cradle to grave.


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