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Borelli: Fat Food Stamp Roll Indicates a White House Lean on Economic Ideas

Talking about the record number of Americans currently receiving government food assistance, Project 21 fellow Deneen Borelli cites this increase as a failure of the policies of the Obama Administration and an overall problem in America of “too many people on the government plantation.”  Deneen advocates growing the economy through free market means to create jobs and get Americans back to work.  This discussion comes from the 8/13/11 edition of “The Tom Sullivan Show” on the Fox Business Network and also features Sullivan, Dow Jones columnist Al Lewis and FBN correspondent Dennis Kneale.

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