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楼主:非党人士123 时间:2017-12-07 10:25:18 点击:63 回复:15
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楼主非党人士123 时间:2017-12-07 10:26:20
  越删帖,越说明心虚,说明没道理,说明快了!
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作者 :乌龙涂丫 时间:2017-12-07 10:30:18
  我们国家的各级政府权力来自何方?上级!所以,这些权力只能对上级负责,而不能对其他的负责。

  一一一 上级呢,世袭罔替吧?
  • 非党人士123

    举报  2017-12-07 10:43:51  评论

    @乌龙涂丫 私相授受,集团独揽
  • 南北东西一统江湖

    举报  2017-12-07 12:14:15  评论

    @非党人士123 你看看你国,那些候选人,哪个背后没财阀?有几个不是出身政治家族?前总统卡特说:美国是寡头政治!
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作者 :南北东西一统江湖 时间:2017-12-07 11:26:15
  冥国时,那些草头王们——张学良阎锡山龙云达赖李白等等,都不尿蒋介石。
作者 :南北东西一统江湖 时间:2017-12-07 11:35:48

  
作者 :南北东西一统江湖 时间:2017-12-07 11:51:43
  你看看——这民主的好处。

  中国学生受冻,你国孩子正在挨饿。。。然而,你国国会还在削减孩子的口粮。老师经常在学校看见很多学生饿着肚子上学。

  A version of the bill proposed by GOP house leaders last July would have cut $40bn from SNAP. In the final version, those proposed cuts were whittled down to just over $8bn over the next decade. Although this is being hailed as a grand compromise, it still means that 1.7 million struggling Americans in 15 states will see their benefits cut by up to $90 per month in addition to absorbing an $11bn cut to the program last November. As the majority of SNAP benefits go to households with children, Congress and the White House are guilty of the same act for which the staff in the Utah cafeteria were vilified – taking food from the mouths of babes. Yet hardly anyone is calling for heads to roll.

  The strange thing is that even as Congress and the White House are busy cutting off benefits to grown-ups that would help prevent their children (as well as the parents) from going hungry, there is a growing recognition both on the ground and at the government level that the crisis of child hunger in the US has reached unsustainable levels.

  In 2015, the No Kid Hungry Campaign surveyed more than 1000 K-8 public school teachers across the country with sobering results (pdf). Three out of five teachers reported regularly seeing children in their classrooms who come to school hungry because they are not getting enough to eat at home. 56% of teachers said that "a lot" or "most" of their students rely on school meals as their primary source of nutrition and more than half of the teachers surveyed said they frequently purchase food out of their own money for hungry kids, spending on average $26 a month.

  It's no surprise then that when faced with the reality of hungry children on a daily basis the vast majority of public schools across the country (approximately 95%) voluntarily participate in the school lunch program and many school districts are starting to offer breakfast as well. In 2015, around 30.6m lunches and 13.15 million breakfasts were served to kids on a daily basis. Although the meals are heavily subsidized, with some kids qualifying for free meals and a smaller proportion for reduced price meals (40 cents for lunch (pdf) and 30 cents for breakfast), parents are still struggling to pay and defaults are on the rise.
作者 :乌龙涂丫 时间:2017-12-07 11:53:38
  尤美呢
作者 :教你说人话2016 时间:2017-12-07 12:14:11
  焦头烂额,苟延残喘!
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作者 :南北东西一统江湖 时间:2017-12-07 12:23:56
  @乌龙涂丫 优美也舔不干净。报道说了,五分之三的老师报告说,经常看见孩子饿着肚子上学。而你国还在消减孩子的口粮。婴儿口中夺食。 – taking food from the mouths of babes.

  In September of last year, NPR's Marketplace program reported a shocking story about a six-year-old girl who was denied lunch at a school in East Orange, New Jersey because her account was thought to be in arrears. When the child's parents showed up at the school a little later, they learned that their daughter had been sent to a special room to wait out the lun

  ————还举例说,一个学校竟然拒绝为一个6岁小女孩提供午餐,仅仅因为餐卡里没钱。实在太不像话了。

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