Censored For Trying To Post Food Stamp Statistics?

Censored For Trying To Post Food Stamp Statistics?.

Copyright 2011-3011 Chase Kyla Hunter & Alternative News Report, All Rights Reserved

There are approximately 300 million people in America in 2011. 47 million of them are now on food stamps. Did you know this? My first post on this topic from 15 minutes ago, about 6 paragraphs, literally disappeared into thin air when I tried to publish it online. Read on.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jul 13, 2011 @ 08:50:01

    It’s a good thing we have these safety net programs for cases like this. I personally think we should keep these programs it serves the US Citizens and that was the purpose of the government to keep the US Citizens secure.

    Does this mean there should be welfare generations? No! But if anything the Government should have concentrated efforts on getting those US Citizens on welfare educated and off the welfare rolls.

    Just because it is socialism does not mean it is bad for the nation, as long as you have right mixture of Capitalism mixed with socialism then it is a workable machine for the benefit of the rich, middle class and the poor.
    Too much one way or the other and then we have a problem.


  2. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jul 13, 2011 @ 08:54:53

    The question would remain who should foot the bill? Maybe that is the question that needs to be answered and don’t say the charities because there are not enough of them to make that happen wither way the government will give to the charities to help the poor. I say put into educating with tech jobs both men and women and get them off the welfare rolls.


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