United? How can this country call it's self the United States of America when we're so divided?!
Rich, poor. Working class, privileged. Our country was founded on the thought that we all, with hard work and determination can achieve greater things and have more opportunities available to us than what was available to our founding fathers and ancestors at the time in their 'home' countries. Which is why to this day many people choose to come here.
That said with the election approaching, our primary is today. If you have followed our previous posts you may have got the idea that we are prideful middle class Americans. Who have both Republican and Democratic views. If you are following our election you would see that according to polls the country is at an even split. We as a country are very divided on the issues. "United we stand and divided we fall" how many times have we heard this quote? We cant help be see that as long as Americans remain divided so extremely on issues we will fall again. We need to not be selfish as to not just think about what is good for one we must consider what is good for ALL.
One issue that jumps out at us among many is the incredibly high cost of food now and qualifications for food stamps.
We are not talking about the people who abuse the system and thus take advantage of every hard working American we want to address the concern for the same hard working Americans that pay taxes and CAN'T qualify for benefits. There are many people who desperately need assistance now not because they don't want to work and provide but because circumstance has been put on them that restricts their ability to properly provide for their families. Are these cases and families not exactly whom welfare assistance is meant to help.
We saw this article, Food Stamp Challenge that states there are government officials who are currently attempting to buy and live on $35 a week for a food allowance. We applaud them, we can't appreciate that they (people we put in office) have a genuine understanding for the needs the voters have unless they have experienced our daily struggles for themselves. We hope that this will prove