It was a thought that just seemed to derive naturally from the knowledge of $78 billion a year handed to the food industry, helping it, and helping those in genuine need as well. Killing 2 birds with one stone.
I worked for 22 years in a well known supermarket chain and it is clear a lot of their bottom line is due to food stamps and also WIC products. So this kind of program can help both and the overall effect is beneficial.
My firm belief and expectation is that the government's role is to pledge allegiance to the citizen and that it's function is to make the citizens life easier.
So in that context we may need to adjust some priorities that seem to have displaced the previously mention constitutionally derived ideas.
If we do not require government to be the servant the present condition will be maintained, for it is the fruit of the principles that are being implemented that we are complaining about.
So it is true what is good for the auto industry is good for the U.S. is a genuine effect. Money passing through the cash register is always good. If the consumer has none because he's out of work the money don't flow. But give him a Car Stamp and 10 people begin to work and one pedestrian begins to drive.
And I forgot. How about the government providing Job' stamps. The policies they ratified up to now have reduced employment opportunities to the point people are really hurting. So it only seem logical that a 'Job stamp' would be helpful.
Wake up the present state of affairs is representative of the nature of malfeasance. They made the rules and they ruined us with them. Could you explain it differently so they look like the good guys?