30 Reasons in 30 Days to Vote for Donald Trump – #25 Obama’s Food Stamp Nation

Guest post by Joe Hoft

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As we count down to the November 8th election, we will list 30 reasons in 30 days to vote for Donald Trump for President of the US.

Reason #25 – Obama’s Food Stamps at All Time High

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According to Bloomberg, the number of participants on food stamps reached all-time highs during the Obama administration. Nearly 46 million Americans, which is roughly one-seventh of the entire US population, were on food stamps last October.

Even though eligibility rules remained unchanged during the recession, annual spending for the program, administered by states with federal dollars, more than doubled in five years to a record $76.1 billion in 2013.

In 2008, the year before Obama took over the Presidency, there were 28 million Americans on food stamps and it was costing the country $37.6 billion.  In 2015 under Obama, the number of individuals had increased to 46 million Americans with a total cost of $74.0 billion.

Every year of Obama’s presidency the number of people and the cost to taxpayers for food stamps was higher than any year prior to the Obama years. Like all of the other social programs administered by the federal government, there have been more people on food stamps at higher costs under Obama than at any other time in history.

A vote for anyone but Trump is a vote for higher poverty and less prosperity.

See also –

Reason #26 Vince Foster and Filegate
Reason #27 Beautiful Melania Trump
Reason #28 Obama’s Historically Low Home Ownership Rates
Reason #29 Syrian Quagmire
Reason #30 Whitewater

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