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Monday 04/29/13

White House Pushes Food Aid Proposal
Despite push back from farm groups and U.S. shippers, the White House put another spotlight on food-aid reforms with a fact sheet on the impact of changing the $2 billion in international food-aid programs.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 8:47AM CDT 04/29/13 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (3)
Why would Republicans want to save starving people?
Posted by Jay Mcginnis at 8:05AM CDT 04/30/13
Because Jay, Republicans are not secular humanoids and thus are compassionate. In fact, as a party, I do not think they even believe in killing their baby's, let alone letting people starve. Read party platforms before making derogatory statements. Do not understand what your statement has to do with a contribution to the subject matter of the article. Good grief!
Posted by Bonnie Dukowitz at 12:33PM CDT 04/30/13
I see very little of what you say Bonnie. Sorry, while this is a secular nation the Christianity that you people believe is not what your leader taught. Feed the poor, heal the sick, end violence. Not there in your party!
Posted by Jay Mcginnis at 5:47PM CDT 04/30/13
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