$7 billion in food aid to ineligible recipients per year

Judicial WatchThe bloated federal agency charged with feeding the poor—and eradiating “food insecurity” in the U.S.—blew nearly $7 billion to provide “ineligible recipients” with the welfare benefit and there appears to be no end in sight to the fleecing.

The people administering these programs don't seem to understand that it isn't just money for them to give away to favored constituent groups; it's a political compromise that is supposed to represent compassion for the truly needy. When the terms of the political compromise are blatantly violated without remorse, it puts the whole program at risk.

This entry was published Tue May 26 09:43:47 CDT 2015 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2015-05-26 09:43:47.0. [Tweet]

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