Newt Gingrich is right. Barack Obama is the "food stamp" president. There have never been more Americans getting food stamps.
Did you know that today one out of every seven Americans is on food stamps?
Yet the media is telling people that bringing up these facts is racist. Liberals are writing New York Times editorials convincing people that all these food stamps are a good thing, and that anyone trying to reform entitlements is a bigot.
CURE, my nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., is publishing the facts on entitlements. The real facts on how food stamps and other government programs hold people down -- so that liberals can't win the battle with one word.
When one in seven Americans are dependent on government, we can't ignore this problem, but we need a nationally respected voice on urban issues to tell the truth. That's what my organization, Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), is about. I'm out there every day on the radio, TV, and with my column, telling the truth.
Liberals will use their MSNBC, Huffington Post, NAACP and every other media avenue to whitewash the real problems and deceive the American people into believing that socialism is the key. That's why CURE is starting a TV talk show. That's why we publish a weekly article to several million readers. That's why we write studies and give testimonies on Capitol Hill.
Barack Obama and the liberal establishment is dividing out nation with lies.
At CURE, we can only continue to get the truth to the American people with your continued support.
Please support CURE today by donating as generously as you can by following this link.
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