Smoky Joe, JD - Punk for Wealth
AP: WASHINGTON - About 12 million American families last year worried that they couldn't afford to buy food, and 32 percent of them actually experienced someone going hungry at one time or another, the Agriculture Department said Friday. It was the third year in a row that the department has seen an increase in the number of households experiencing hunger and those worried about having enough money to pay for food. This is the exact reason why tax cuts for investment income are needed. Wish we had started earlier. Stimulates the economy. Plus, if we have more money stands to reason we will be more generous. I asked at the club and everyone says they will be more generous this year. Hit 'em up for Heritage. If this tax cut didn't help the homeless, the next one will. Waiter! Take this steak back. I told you I like it raw.