Are American children really hungry?

June 3, 2012 - By admin

June 3, 2012

Katy Grimes: Did you know that more than “one in five children don’t know where their next meal will come from?” Over the weekend I caught the commercial, sponsored by childhungerendshere.com that made this ludicrous claim.

This appears to be a shady organization funded by First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move,” and Con Agra foods foundation, a creative conglomoration of federal grant money grabbers.  Con Agra is a packaged food giant, and claims that 97 percent of American households use their products. 

Be very wary of these suspicious hunger claims–especially when there has never been such a high rate of obesity in children in America. With more than 50 percent of the population receiving some form of government benefits, most of these same kids also receive four meals a day from public schools.

Take a look for yourself–this taxpayer funded hunger boondoggle needs to be exposed. One of the Con Agra solutions to ending hunger is food drives; they encourage Americans to organize food drives using Con Agra packaged and canned food. Brilliant.

While Con Agra has a lengthy, fascinating history, this cooked-up hunger-in-America scam is a big lie and should anger taxpayers. Giving to legitimate charities is the best way to help those who are really hungry.

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Comments(41)
  1. Beelzebub says:

    Katy, did you know that 25% of American children are born into poverty today. Another factual stat. Research it.

    Did you know that over 46M are on food stamps (ie. EBT cards).

    Funny that they can ban big gulp sugary sodas in NYC – but EBT card holders can buy all the junk food that their big stomachs desire, eh??? If their monthly food allotment was $400 they could literally buy $400 worth of Orange Tab if they wanted to. Nothing to stop them.

    But as a producer if I wanted to go to NYC and buy a 44 oz. Big Gulp cola with EARNED dollars the clerk would direct me to the 16 oz. only cups.

    How’s that for freedom and liberty???? HAH!

    And they tell us that the rest of the world hates us for our freedom!!! HAH! :D

  2. Beelzebub says:

    And when I see mama wheeling 2 newborns down the street with 3 more in tow – none of them look skinny or underfed to me. In fact most look like little Pillsbury Doughboys. I guess the government likes to fatten them up on our taxdollars. The slogan should be “EBT….more free food for me!”

  3. CalWatchdog says:

    The definition of poverty is vastly different today than what it was even 20 years ago. We should stop with all of the rhetoric and just start calling it ‘born into entitlement.’

    I have researched it and written about it. America’s “poor” have cell phones, 52″ televisions, get manicures and pedicures, eat fast food daily, carry designer handbags, and drive nice SUV’s. To do this they only have to check any remaining pride at the welfare office door.

    The average length of unemployment today is 40 weeks. Only a few years ago it was 14 weeks.

    And Beelzebub, did you really say “Orange Tab?” Yikes. Do they still make it?

    Katy

  4. Beelzebub says:

    “And Beelzebub, did you really say “Orange Tab?” Yikes. Do they still make it?”

    Yep. If you know the right people. :D

    “I have researched it and written about it. America’s “poor” have cell phones, 52″ televisions, get manicures and pedicures, eat fast food daily, carry designer handbags, and drive nice SUV’s. To do this they only have to check any remaining pride at the welfare office door”

    But if the government cut them off tomorrow there would be riots across America. All of them expect to get their monthly ‘free cheese’. And, dammit, if that check isn’t in the mailbox by the 1st of every month the phones at the local social service agencies ring off the hook! That is why they want more tax money from you, Katy. To give more entitlements to the leeches.

    And don’t forget —– California has 12% of the nation’s total population and 33% of the nation’s total welfare population —— another one of the PESKY FACTUAL STATISTICS!!!! ;)

  5. CalWatchdog says:

    Oh yes, California’s welfare class is the biggest, by far. This is by design. The next largest entitlement class in CA is union membership.

    If High-Speed rail goes through, it’s all over for CA taxpayers. And when unions successfully run the state into bankruptcy, then and only then, will entitlements be cut.

    Katy

  6. Beelzebub says:

    I was listening to an FM station one day ….. and I heard a public service announcement sponsored by a gov agency…. I think it was the Agricultural Dept.

    If I recall correctly, it was a staged conversation between a citizen inquiring about food stamps and a gov official.

    The citizen said that he had a job, a bank account and a car….and wanted to know if that disqualified him for food stamps.

    The gov official vigorously denied that having job, a car and bank account is NOT a disqualifier for food stamps and told the person to apply immediately!

    So they actively market the program to give away more of your tax dollars. That’s why over 46M people are on it!!!

    And don’t forget, Katy ….. JP Morgan processes the food stamp claims and Bank of America processes other welfare claims. So the more people that participate – the more money those banks make.

    See the connection yet, dear??? :D

  7. Beelzebub says:

    And food banks should require picture ID’s to ensure the food recipient is a US citizen.

    It really irks my butt that a US citizen military veteran could get turned down for food at a food bank due to a shortage of supply when illegal invaders beat them to the head of the line.

    That really really upsets me!!! :(

  8. queeg says:

    Obvious bloggers never went to bed hungry or saw their dad or grandad exploited by uncaring company owners….the poor among us have little and no voices to protect them…why not try as public policy to get rid of high sugar and carb food, open fresh food stores in impoverished neighborhoods.

    Can you be remotely guilty for not serving the poor as good samaritans. They need your help!

  9. Beelzebub says:

    “…why not try as public policy to get rid of high sugar and carb food, open fresh food stores in impoverished neighborhoods”

    You mean like the nazis and the communists did with reading material from the free world so people would not fill their minds with the truth???

    How’d that work out???

    Fascism is not the answer.

    America is supposed to operate on the basis of freedom and liberty.

    A better idea would be to stop handing out unlimited amounts of tax money to leeches who, in many cases, live a higher quality life than those who are forced to support them.

    There’s some more filler for your pipe!!! :D

  10. queeg says:

    Open your heart. Your posts may influence some to hurt poor people.

    Help others instead of berating the unfortunate.

    Visit a shelter…you may find those who got cancer or diabetes…lost their jobs and health insurance…lost everything and are in deep agony and dispair.

    Have you no heart?

  11. Donkey says:

    queeg, even Sir Elton John knows that nowadays even the “poor get fat.”

    If there is any group of folks going hungry in America it is the middle class worker. Having trouble paying for their own day to day expenses they are asked to support lazy RAGWUS feeders living a better lifestyle than the taxpayer, made to fund programs that kill children (both unborn and born), fund illegal aliens at every turn, the government keeps passing more rules and regulations seemingly on a monthly basis that makes it even more difficult to conduct business in the United States.

    Queeg, Bluntly put, we must remove “The Bezzle” and force those who have bad debt to eat it. System liquidity must be normalized and the bad debt forced into the open where it defaults. Housing prices must fall precipitously – to where the free and open market clears them, without government and banking system distortion. And The Dollar must stop being attacked by our very own government and Federal Reserve – it will, if that ceases, rise back into balance, driving down commodities and thus input costs. This will include the colapse of RAGWUS pensions to a sustainable level of no more than $50,000 a year. Something for you to look forward to my friend. ;)

  12. Donkey says:

    June 3, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    Queeg, even Sir Elton John knows that nowadays even the “poor get fat.”

    If there is any group of folks going hungry in America it is the middle class worker. Having trouble paying for their own day to day expenses they are asked to support lazy RAGWUS feeders living a better lifestyle than the taxpayer, made to fund programs that kill children (both unborn and born), fund illegal aliens at every turn, the government keeps passing more rules and regulations seemingly on a monthly basis that makes it even more difficult to conduct business in the United States.

    Queeg, Bluntly put, we must remove “The Bezzle” and force those who have bad debt to eat it. System liquidity must be normalized and the bad debt forced into the open where it defaults. Housing prices must fall precipitously – to where the free and open market clears them, without government and banking system distortion. And The Dollar must stop being attacked by our very own government and Federal Reserve – it will, if that ceases, rise back into balance, driving down commodities and thus input costs. This will include the colapse of RAGWUS pensions to a sustainable level of no more than $50,000 a year. Something for you to look forward to my friend.

  13. Donkey says:

    Queeg, even Sir Elton John knows that nowadays even the “poor get fat.”

    If there is any group of folks going hungry in America it is the middle class worker. Having trouble paying for their own day to day expenses they are asked to support lazy RAGWUS feeders living a better lifestyle than the taxpayer, made to fund programs that kill children (both unborn and born), fund illegal aliens at every turn, the government keeps passing more rules and regulations seemingly on a monthly basis that makes it even more difficult to conduct business in the United States.

    Queeg, Bluntly put, we must remove “The Bezzle” and force those who have bad debt to eat it. System liquidity must be normalized and the bad debt forced into the open where it defaults. Housing prices must fall precipitously – to where the free and open market clears them, without government and banking system distortion. And The Dollar must stop being attacked by our very own government and Federal Reserve – it will, if that ceases, rise back into balance, driving down commodities and thus input costs. This will include the colapse of RAGWUS pensions to a sustainable level of no more than $50,000 a year. Something for you to look forward to my friend.

  14. queeg says:

    Breathless from the off point righty diatribe.

    Where is your heart…..greed or compassion???

  15. Bob says:

    the poor among us have little and no voices to protect them

    Hey queeqster, whadda ya mean?? What the heck are Johnny Perez, Darrell Steinbug, Jerky Brown, Karen Bass, Dianne Crimescene and the rest of those nice Democrats who are here to help for????

  16. Donkey says:

    My heart is with Freedom and Liberty for those oppressed by the RAGWUS thieves that inhabit our government from top to bottom.

    The use of “hungry” children is nothing but a device to create another opening to loot the pockets of the taxpayers.

    The just course is to cut all pay, benefits, perks, and pensions to all the RAGWUS feeders and “feed” the children queeg, thus letting the poor abused taxpayer live a better life. ;)

  17. Beelzebub says:

    After we rid society of all the fraud and corruption in our government institutions and in our financial industry – not only will we not have to raise taxes – we could actually LOWER them substantially.

    Work on that first queeq. As soon as you successfully rid American society of the fraud and corruption where the productive people actually get rewarded again and the leeches get punished – then we can talk taxes.

    Not a second before. Got it??? :)

  18. queeg says:

    Get finances in order…Honorable Governor Brown will prevail for the kids!

  19. Beelzebub says:

    Gov Clown has already proven himself to be a fraud.

    Can can a fraud rid the system of fraud??? Impossible. Both go hand in hand.

    Back to the drawing board for you! :)

  20. Bob says:

    Honorable Governor Brown will prevail for the kids!

    Ah Queegster…ya really believe your gummit masters love ya and everything they do is “fer da liddle childern” and all the other things our rulers and their shills tell us???

    Now who’s old Jerry gonna put first…the public unions and bureaucrats or the kids? You think Brownie gives a rat’s a.. about the poor?

  21. Beelzebub says:

    Won’t be long and the whole country will be on food stamps and everyone will have an EBT card. heh. The investment markets are rolling over. The asian markets are taking another hit as I type and the futures show the DOW down over 100 on the open tomorrow. That will almost put it under 12,000. Personally, I think we’ve reached the endgame. Too much damage has been sustained by the financial system to be restored without a major collapse. There is still about $2T that is missing from the financial institution’s balance sheets. Much of the loss hasn’t been accounted for. The only thing holding the ball of string together is deficit spending – and all of you know where that eventually leads.

    We’re f’ed, my friends. Prepare wisely.

  22. Bob says:

    Personally, I think we’ve reached the endgame.

    I dunno, Bubster. Hell, I thought that back in ’08 or ot 8 as us old timers say it.

    It really amazes me how long the criminal PTB can keep the whole ponzi scheme house of cards going.

    Really, you could argue that the system started to fall apart when Tricky Dick closed the gold window. Heck, it could be another couple of generations before the system finally hits bottom.

    Remember, it took a hell of a long time for the Roman Empire to collapse.

    On the other hand, the way things are now with instantaneous communications and capital flows the whole damn thing could go down in an afternoon.

  23. Beelzebub says:

    “Heck, it could be another couple of generations before the system finally hits bottom”

    Oh, no way, bob. The healthcare system itself will take us down in less than 10 years. In 1980 the Feds spent $53B on healthcare. Last year it spent $820B. That was the change in about 30 years. At that rate in less than 10 years half of the current Fed deficit would be spent on healthcare. In 15-20 years it would consume the entire budget. Research it. All facts. And that’s just healthcare. There is no way out of this, bob. Only w/ incredible pain.
    And much sooner than you think. When it blows it will happen all at once. It would be a gradual meltdown like in 2008. It will simply go BOOM and everyone will ask “How the heck did that happen?”. Nobody has a clue, bob. As long as the TV works NOW and there’s a six pack of bud in the fridge NOW – everything is good.

  24. Bob says:

    I agree there’s no way out without incredible pain.

    The only thing I am saying is that if there’s one thing our rulers have it is an incredible ability to drag out the impossibly absurd. I could see a series of very painful and dramatic economic contractions that would not be full blown collapses spread out over a generation or two of economic stagnation.

    On the other hand, I agree the whole thing could collapse all at once. Hell, maybe even tomorrow.

  25. Beelzebub says:

    bob, the gov will eventually try to inflate their way out of it in conjunction w/ more QE (money printing). Won’t work. They might start a world war (very risky in a nuclear age). The real answer is don’t spend more than you can generate in taxes. If you’re 65 and live an average life span I think you will see it all unravel.

  26. Bob says:

    Hey Bub, what do you make of this? I guess I’d rather listen to a numbers station than a Jerky Brown speech.

  27. Ian Random says:

    If memory serves, the poverty statistics frequently quoted, do not include assistance.

  28. Bob says:

    Hah! Bub will just love that video!

    Too bad Porky Perez didn’t make a cameo appearance.

  29. Beelzebub says:

    “Hey Bub, what do you make of this? I guess I’d rather listen to a numbers station than a Jerky Brown speech”

    There’s a tremendous amount of cryptologic crap that is tranmitted via the bandwidth. No secret at all. Much of it is not transmitted in numbers that can be deciphered by the human ear tho. It must be copied by ditty boppers and then decoded. Go ask NSA about it. Didn’t watch the entire 27 min.

  30. Beelzebub says:

    IT’S FREE GET YO EBT!!!

    God bless that woman’s heart for making a mockery of the system. That truly was a public service announcement. She knows what a scam the system is. She understands that the taxpayers are getting ripped from A to Z. She mocks all of it. All of them in that video mock the system. heh. As she clearly states, businesses that don’t even deal in food accept the card!!! HAH! She names the businesses!!! HAH!

    This is why the system is being destroyed. It is deliberately being destroyed from within by the policy makers. It has to be willful and deliberate. Those who make the policies are’t uneducated buffoons. They know EXACTLY what they are doing. See it for what it is!!!

  31. Beelzebub says:

    Btw, the black woman not only mocks the system – she mocks chumps and suckers like Queeq and Teddy who encourage and promote the likes of EBT and more free cheese handouts!!! HAH! She ridicules them!!! Listen to her closely. IMO she is smarter than Queeq and Teddy combined!!! HAH! :D

  32. Donkey says:

    McDonald’s has a new Obama Value Meal? Order anything you like and the child behind you in line has to pay for it.

    It has really pissed off the K-12 kids, whom are going to have a hard enough time finding a job in the future.

    To make matters even worse, San Francisco will take the Happy Meal toy from the youngest kids if the bill is not paid in full. ;)

    Good morning my friends!! What a great day in California!! :)

  33. Mike says:

    I work with disadvantaged children and I see hungry ones on a regular basis. I do not keep track of the numbers but hunger is American children is a reality.

  34. queeg says:

    Such unfounded abuse…Teddy and Queeg would pack stadiums with fans hungering for truths and the right path to freedom for the oppressed!

  35. Beelzebub says:

    “I work with disadvantaged children and I see hungry ones on a regular basis. I do not keep track of the numbers but hunger is American children is a reality”

    Mike, if they’re hungry the only reason could that is that they don’t show up for the free food. All of us know that the schools offer free breakfast and lunch. According to an earlier blog at CWD some even serve dinner for their afterschool crowd. 46 million are on EBT food stamps. So if you see hungry ones it must be because they are on diets. That’s my only guess. But it’s NOT due to lack of food or money to pay for it.

    Please educate me, Mike. What are you talking about???

  36. Donkey says:

    Mike, and how could that happen in America. I have a Grandson who is hungry 24/7. Ten minutes after eating he is still hungry. Just because a kid is whining about being hungry doesn’t make it so. Sometimes the lust for more is not based in reality. Look at the obscene pay and pensions of the RAGWUS leeches. They are underworked and over compensated at every level, yet never stop asking for MORE!!! ;)

  37. Beelzebub says:

    Mr. Donkey – I noticed that Mike did not return and answer my question. It’s a rare occasion when new posters return to explain their positions once questioned. It’s unfortunate. I only wanted clarity. And it only makes me suspicious whether there was any substance behind what Mike claimed to be true.

    In America there is free food everywhere – whether it’s in the schools, the food banks, through the food stamp program (46 million and growing)or in homeless shelters. LOTS AND LOTS of free food. There is really NO GOOD REASON for anyone to go hungry in America. At least not now. My parents used to tell me about the days of the Great Depression when there was LEGITIMATE hunger in America. I remember when my dad told me that bread and gravy was a delicacy to his family. That was back in the day when friends helped friends and neighbors helped neighbors and charitable organizations helped the needy. Today the government wants to make everyone dependent on IT – by transferring the wealth of the struggling middle class to the pension hogs and all the leeches we have in society. My dad always said that hunger is a great motivator. It moves people off their butts to be productive and self-sustaining. America has lost that virtue, Mr. Donkey. In 2012 everyone is looking for one handout or another. The fact that over 50% of Americans receive some sort of government transfer payment is very telling – and indicates the decline of an empire.

    I speak only the truth.

  38. Hondo says:

    Poverty numbers are inflated. Politicians simply say you are poor if you make, say, 20k compared to 15k a few years ago, with no real evidence to support the increase. It is simply an exercise in job protection for beaurocrats.
    Homeless numbers are inflated too. Did you know if you graduate from collage and move home for a short time before finding a new place, you are considered ‘homeless’. So when Chelsea Clinton graduated from collage and moved back into the White House for a short time she was considered ‘homeless’.
    To starve in this country you have to phisically run away from food. Go to any police station in this country and they will give you a list of page after page of palaces to get free food.
    Hondo

  39. Beelzebub says:

    “Poverty numbers are inflated. Politicians simply say you are poor if you make, say, 20k compared to 15k a few years ago, with no real evidence to support the increase. It is simply an exercise in job protection for beaurocrats”

    I think your comment has merit, Hondo. I believe that they have lowered the bar on what qualifies for ‘poverty’. Just because a person has a low income it does not mean he lives in poverty. Much more must be taken into account. Net worth should be he primary indicator of a poverty label. Someone could have $500,000 in net worth – yet have a low income due to lack of investment return or a lost job, etc….

    If you watch the fine video done by that black woman above that Ian linked you can understand the mockery that she makes of our system. She openly mocks it. We know it’s a total scam and probably more than half of those collecting food stamps should not be entitled to them.

    The bureaucrats want to keep their jobs. Look at crime. It has been said to drop significantly in the last 5-10 years. But since we don’t have as much crime do you see cops being layed off??? Of course not. Most departments are hiring. So none of it makes any sense. Well informed and educated people should be able to connect the dots. Most are WILLFULLY IGNORANT!

    “To starve in this country you have to phisically run away from food. Go to any police station in this country and they will give you a list of page after page of palaces to get free food”

    Of course. Hungry stomachs are not necessarily a bad thing. Hunger is a great motivator. It forces people to work for their food. Nothing at all wrong or shameful about that!

  40. Mars says:

    Two things conservatives can’t stand: poor people getting away with screwing the government, and rich people not getting away with screwing the government.

    It’s shameful, and well documented if not painfully obvious, the gaping inequality in this country being one of the highest of rich nations. The stagnation of wages, rising costs of living, and apparently, the levels of food insecurity.
    http://www.worldhunger.org/articles/Learn/us_hunger_facts.htm
    http://feedingamerica.org/hunger-in-america/hunger-facts/hunger-and-poverty-statistics.aspx

    Parents do give up their own food for their children. Not everyone is eager to go for assistance… And they should travel to their police departments?
    There are “poverty classes” people attend to understand the range of difficulties – they’ve found it pretty eye-opening.

    If by “bureaucrats” is meant social workers, they’re not keeping those important and stimulative jobs. In communities across the country, they’re being axed along with critical programs. Food banks are asking for help, charities are under load many just packing up.
    TANF was an injustice, which basically throws people out if they can’t achieve an arbitrary level of economic stability, regardless of what difficulties they face – like (ding ding) no jobs or health. All the while permitting states to plug their budget gaps with the federal funds meant to aid the most vulnerable. And live how they must – almost no one gets general assistance. A knowledgeable official on EBT doesn’t believe abuse is widespread – but one could actually look at EBT fraud data.

    Now the new radicals turn logic on its head with the brilliant notion that helping people is hurting them – talk about blame the victim. It’s shooting fish in a barrel, stoking up the “Angry White Male” to mock (while ignorant of) the legitimate struggles of millions of hard working honest people, sweeping them under the rug to bleat about a few. In any case, it pales next to the damage done over the past few years who WORK – to favor those who just OWN.

    Riots and guillotines are great motivators too. ;)

  41. Kathleen says:

    Here’s my 2 cents worth. The Hunger Campaign is a scam! With Food Stamps people can buy eggs, whole grain bread, large packages of cheese, beans and lentils and rice in bulk, milk, peanut butter, large bags of frozen chicken(not processed), ground turkey and beef, large packages of frozen vegetables. This is HEALTHY food. Instead, many choose to spend their food stamp allotment on chips, soda, processed food and other junk food items. Children who come from families at the poverty level can get a free lunch and often a free breakfast. So what the heck is the BIG deal here? I know because I am a single mother and I can feed my daughter and me healthy food with a $250 food stamp allowance. Trust me, we’re not hungry and my daughter doesn’t even get a free lunch because her school doesn’t offer it. I wouldn’t want her to eat the crap they serve anyway. It’s all processed. I am a part-time teacher and I only make $21,000 per year. I can pay my bills with my salary (I don’t buy expensive “toys” and clothes) and with the help of food stamps I can feed my small family. I adopted my daughter from India 6 years ago. I had a business and my financial situation changed from me making $50,000 to less than half almost overnight. I went back to school and got my teacher certification and immediately found work as a teacher upon graduation. BTW, the US government paid for my education with the PELL grant. If families are having a hard time, they are not using the money that the government gives them properly. They don’t know HOW to shop for healthy food and they keep having more and more kids that they can’t feed. STOP THIS STUPIDITY and INSANITY. We need to educate people so that they don’t get into the poverty bind in the first place and if they do, like what happened to me, then they need to learn to be taught how to budget to make their dollars stretch. It’s that SIMPLE. There is absolutely no need for hunger in this country. The hunger comes because people are not eating the proper foods. A bowl of rice and lentils will fill you up (and not out) a lot longer than a bag of chips and soda. A peanut butter sandwich is far better to eat than a school cafeteria bowl of nachos with plastic cheese on it. Make healthy choices for your family and stop the whining about how much America is hungry. I’m tired of hearing it.

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