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Published: Monday, Nov. 21 2011 1:16 a.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Even charities are getting in on the lies of greedy distributors. Be happy they got Ramen noodles. No one says you have to use the pack of salt included with the noodles. Mix them with vegetables or fruit or butter instead. Even if they use the salt mixes, people do need salt, and I don't think the hungry are concerned about daily doses of salt intake.

From what I have seen in food pantries in Utah is the spoiled foods of rotten vegetables, moldy bread, moldy cheese, and cans ready to explode and taking tax credits for that stores and business are giving them to hand out

If the state can triple feed welfare families then I think the state can take a little of their excesses and provide for some local food pantries.

People on welfare should be banned from the pantries so those who can't get food stamps or welfare can get some food once in a while. Most people who loot the food pantries are also getting welfare and food stamps. We talk about greed among the rich but many of the poor have a greater affliction with it.

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