USDA Cancels food for Women and Children, instead subsidizes Wineries.<quoted text>
Ah, spambot, you are showing off your ignorance while lying, spamming, and slandering again. You must be a moron.
A 'ghetto' is an area of separation for a distinct racial or ethnic group - in Warsaw in Nazi times it was the Jews; tday, in America, it is black Americans. White people are not separated out in the same way from the general population, so they could not live in a 'ghetto,' no.
But, even you knew that. You were just lying again and projecting your own blatant racism onto me, weren't you, punk?
So noted. Now GFY, loser.
On Wednesday, Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) of the Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs penned a letter to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack pointing out waste and abuse within the department that could be cut in order to pay for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) assistance that the department slashed for 600,000 women and children. Coburn points out that despite sequestration, on April 4, representatives from the USDA Rural Development Office held a workshop on their agencys economic development and affordable housing programs for residents of Marthas Vineyard. Clearly, affordable housing is not the key issue in an area whose cheapest home is listed at $260,000 (a two-bedroom condo). In fact, Coburn points out, the entire island of Marthas Vineyard has been designated as a rural area eligible for taxpayer backed home loans by USDA.