The Bushies play word games:
Hungry Americans No Longer 'Hungry,' Government Says
A key government report on hunger in America has eliminated that word from its findings, but not because there are no longer people in need of nutrition.
...Last year, families without enough money to buy food, or where parents skip meals so their children can eat were labeled as having "food insecurity with hunger" and now they simply have "very low food security."
...Hundreds of miles away in Chicago, at the Holy Family Food Pantry, the people lining up for assistance know exactly what hunger means.
"I'm running out of food, so I got to find somewhere to get some food," Terry Sutton said.
But according to the new government report, that doesn't necessarily make him hungry.
Sutton and others like him have "very low food security."
..."I'd say it passes the common sense test, in that it does identify there is a need and we do recognize that there are individuals in this country who face need from time to time," said Katie Coler, the undersecretary of the USDA....
Paging Mr. Orwell....