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Beautifully said.


I have read a lot of people's opinions online about the food stamp (SNAP) benefit cut and how some feel if poor people would just buy better food--forget the unavailability of good food, the most often situation of working more than one job and not having the TIME to prep and cook and the fact that many working poor do not have access to cars to travel to/from a store-much less spend the requisite 10+ hours a week it takes to be a savvy coupon shopper and then actually GO GET the groceries, oh! and that you'd need to have a printer and subscriptions to newspapers) putting aside all of those realities that the chronically poor face impossibly difficult scenarios and challenges that are very hard to recognize if you're not actually one of the poor.

I truly have no idea how to fix the problem. It is mind boggling complex.

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