This sight talks about a stronger America also. Here is the paragraph that caught my eye.
“Making America Stronger” commemorates the 30th anniversary of the reforms achieved by the Food Stamp Act of 1977 by telling the story of how food stamps dramatically reduced the extent of severe hunger in our country, how they continue to help Americans in need, and how this essential program can achieve still more.Where George Putnam thought America would be stronger if people were informed and stood up on their own two feet the Progressive (Democrat, socialist, elite, communist) leaders of the People’s Republk of Kalifornia have a different definition. For them a stronger America is a land where everyone is on welfare. We become strong as a nation when everyone is weak and depends on the largess of the government to supply our needs.
It worked so well in the Soviet Union and in China. My father went through the Great Depression. I was raised in a family that was working class and far from wealthy. There are no tales of hunger in our family. We ironed patches on our knees, darned our sox and ate lots of potatoes and gravy but where was all this hunger that is talked about? I was not aware that the Communist countries were sending us boat loads of food to avert starvation. Thank you Joe Stalin.
Look at the end of the quote. These people want to “achieve still more.” They will not be satisfied until people with jobs are taxed out of existence so that the government can show how much it is needed.
November is coming. Vote the suckers out.
homo unius libri
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