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BUSH NATION: 36.2 Million Human Beings HUNGRY! Your "Compassionate Conservative" Says, "Hell, Ah'm Retirin' Soon."

Von: Kilicrankie P. Smith (kinkysr@yahoo.com) [Profil]
Datum: 18.11.2008 21:11
Message-ID: <5241f7cb-e04f-4506-b0ff-6c5cd7438e40@a3g2000prm.googlegroups.com>
Newsgroup: alt.support.diet alt.politics.democrat alt.politics.bush alt.food alt.impeach.bush
And his mother, Ol' Grand Bag, says, "The president doesn't bother
with poor people."

And his father, "Wimpy" Bush, says, "Maybe they just need more lessons
in how to cook."

And Jeb "Blimpy" Bush, says, "A lot of hungry people in Florida are
just plain fat."

And Dumbya's brother Neil "Stealy" Bush, says, "If a cute starving
babe came to my door, I'd sure as hell toss her some meat."

And Jenna, your Nincompoop-In-Chief's daughter, says, I've known more
than a few hungry hotties in my time."

And Barbara, the other twin, says, "I'm shackin' with a couple of
pussy-eaters in NYC right now."

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Around the Nation
Tuesday, November 18, 2008; A14

"Hunger Report Shows More Are Suffering"

Nearly 700,000 children in the United States went hungry sometime in
2007, and close to one in eight Americans struggled to feed themselves
adequately even before this year's sharp economic downtown, the
Agriculture Department reported Monday.

The department's annual report on food security showed that during
2007 the number of children who suffered a substantial disruption in
the amount of food they typically eat was more than 50 percent above
the 430,000 in 2006 and the largest figure since 716,000 in 1998.

Overall, the 36.2 million adults and children who struggled with
hunger during the year was up slightly from 35.5 million in 2006. That
was 12.2 percent of Americans who didn't have the money or assistance
to get enough food to maintain active, healthy lives.

Almost a third of those, 11.9 million adults and children, went hungry
at some point. That figure has grown by more than 40 percent since
2000.

The government says these people suffered a substantial disruption in
their food supply at some point and classifies them as having "very
low food security." Until the government rewrote its definitions two
years ago, this group was described as having "food insecurity with
hunger."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/11/17/AR2008111703576.html

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