Daniel Smith 
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Re: “House Committee Votes to Starve Welfare Kids for Making Bad Grades

My goodness! I am constantly surprised as each new legislative action outdoes its predecessor in terms of disregard of the value of humans in this state. Anybody remember No Child Left Behind? That was a nightmare (Extra credit if you know who got that started!) for all the teachers in the nation. If no child was going to be left behind then the bus wasn't leaving the parking lot. This will be worse. Remember history and how food shortages, and withdrawing access to food, brought about revolutions in France, Russia, and China. When the revolution comes here all these people who thought they could starve children into increased educational performance will take their ride to "la veuve". You won't be able to feed yourself without a head! And your Jesus isn't my Jesus. My Jesus fed the hungry without checking their grades, so much so that our central act of worship, the Holy Eucharist, is all about eating. This is not a Christian nation so don't throw that at me. Our founding fathers were mostly deists, and some of you good folk would string up Thomas Jefferson for what he did to the Bible. So don't think throwing Bible verses out there to justify starving the poor is noble. You should be ashamed of yourselves.

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Posted by Daniel Smith on 04/04/2013 at 12:23 AM

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