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Published: Thursday, April 3 2014 7:10 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Just how do these groups come to the assumption that children are going hungry? Who and how do they determine famine is a part of their lives? Is there some kind of test they give the children? Are the families investigated to see if they are making these children go hungry? Its not likely that they have any sort of evidence or knowledge or methodology to determine that children are facing starvation and hunger.

Children will always say they are hungry and its normal for them to say so, and its why they are overfed and overweight and sickly, too many chemicals and DNA modified foods and no nutrition, no work ethics.

Setting up food kitchens and food lines just takes the load off of many parents so they don't have to cook or provide for their families out of the food stamps they get. Poverty is not the defining method to say children are hungry, the radicals can go home and relax and leave families to care for themselves.

These food lines and food kitchens are adding to the child obesity problems and laziness of parents and children to feed themselves with the food and nutrition they crave.

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