Pantries are in dire need

Pantries are in dire need

There are 2 comments on the UnionLeader.com story from Jun 26, 2012, titled Pantries are in dire need. In it, UnionLeader.com reports that:

The food supply at area food pantries is in high demand throughout the summer months, and staple items for children are already beginning to run low.

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bozo3341

Nashua, NH

#1 Jul 5, 2012
there is an axiom in economics which states
" What you tax you get less of what you substidize you get more of "

Now look around our fair city state & country and you see the results of 60 years of new programs offices agencies along with the taxes,fees toll, parking fees and fines, surcharges gas taxes from federal & state,
transmission taxes to pay for this bloated mess.

Then offer free lunch or anything and there will always be an increase in the numbers of peoples looking for free.

Since the johnson administration in the 60's We tax payers have wasted trillions of dollars on poverty welfare etc and all we have to show for our money is more people looking for more free stuff.

After fifty years of welfare, food stamps it's clear we can't fix poverty by throwing money at it.

No country on the planet has solved poverty because it can't be fixed by government spending.

So lets start a serious cut back on the waste.?
What waste you ask?
Manchester has 6 federal state,county and city agencies all doing the same thing fixing poverty with great sounding names like Familes in transition, woman & infants, housing programs, assisted housing programs why not consolidate all of those offices into one office with one overhead less rent people comupters cars, phones OVERHEAD.
The money saved could be returned to the tax payers cause we are wasting it on welfare food stamp cheats.

Ya want more waste
For 50 years the NH toll road system which is about 60 miles of roadway was managed by one toll road commissioner.
Now we find one manager and six assistant toll road managers.
Guess they wern't able to find one person smart enough to manage the whole 60 miles.
Think of the additional waste in over head office computers cars expenses BS

we need better management of tax money expenses Top to bottom review of every state county and city expends close out old programs offices, expenses.
bozo 3341

Nashua, NH

#2 Jul 9, 2012
just close them down you just attract more people wanting free lunch.
the more you feed them the more will come you will never be able to feed all the lazy people wanting a free lunch

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