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Are Food Stamps Just a Modern Day Soup Kitchen?

None1257 Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 11:52 AM
Is there a difference between "people" providing such services, and the "government" providing such services? Which is likely to spend their money more wisely and be more effective in what they do do?

Are Food Stamps Just a Modern Day Soup Kitchen? That's the argument being made by liberal economist and New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman, the guy MoveOn.org wanted to replace Timothy Geithner as Treasury Secretary.

“We have in some ways made things more civilized, but also more invisible,” Krugman said Friday during an interview with Bill Moyers on “Moyers & Company” on PBS.

“Somebody said that food stamps are the soup kitchens of the modern Depression, that there are a lot of people who would be standing in line to get that soup who...