If the economy is doing so well, why are so many people receiving food stamps?
The article reports:
In 1969, the national population stood at 202,676,946, meaning the 2,878,000 persons on food stamps represented 1.4 percent of the population. In 2013, the national population stood at 316,128,839, meaning the 47,636,000 average persons participating in SNAP represented 15.1 percent of the population.
In 2013, one in five American households, or 20 percent, participated in the SNAP program. In 2013, there were 23,052,396 households that participated in the SNAP program, which was 20 percent of the 115,013,000 population.
If we don’t vote for people who want less government in November, we will totally destroy what is left of the economy of America. It’s up to the voters.