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Obama Solves Mexican Hunger Crisis

Posted on | October 1, 2012 | 4 Comments

How do you say “food stamps” in Spanish?

Department of Agriculture personnel in the Obama administration have met with Mexican Government officials dozens of times since the president took office to promote nutrition assistance programs — notably food stamps — among Mexican Americans, Mexican nationals and migrant communities in America. . . .
The Mexico-U.S. Partnership for Nutrition Assistance Initiative is just one of a wide range of USDA partnership activities intended to promote awareness of nutrition assistance among those who need benefits and meet all program requirements under current law.” Vilsack wrote to Sessions in a letter obtained by The Daily Caller.
Since the partnership began, Vilsack wrote, USDA personnel have met at least 151 times with officials from the Mexican government “to discuss nutrition assistance programs as well as to provide program updates.” Those instances included 91 meetings with embassy and consulate staff in 25 U.S. cities; 29 health fairs in 19 U.S. cities; and 31 roundtable discussions, conferences and forums in 20 U.S.

They’re using Spanish-language soap operas to promote it:

This is one of those “Solving Problems We Didn’t Know We Had” issues that liberals are so good at: Not enough Mexicans on food stamps!

(Hat-tip: Gateway Pundit.)


4 Responses to “Obama Solves Mexican Hunger Crisis”

  1. Adobe_Walls
    October 1st, 2012 @ 4:09 pm

    Well it isn’t as if we didn’t already know we needed to abolish the Department of Agriculture and the 1965 immigration act as well as ALL hispanic language outreach programs.

  2. slp
    October 1st, 2012 @ 5:20 pm

    cupones de alimentos

  3. Steve Skubinna
    October 2nd, 2012 @ 1:24 am

    The more Fast and Furious massacres, the fewer hungry Mexicans.

  4. RanierWest
    October 2nd, 2012 @ 1:04 pm

    that’s what I thought was the macabre punch line also.