“I want you to envision an inner city child. Could be African American, could be Hispanic, could be Native American, Asian, whatever, a minority. You’re talking to that child.That child doesn’t even know what a tomato is much less what you are talking about.”—
Obama’s Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack during a forum with Emily Oakley, interim director of the National Young Farmer Coalition.
So Tom thinks minority children are stupid. Sounds about right for this administration.
Two of the extra credit questions on my test today were 'In South Park, what creature did Al Gore have to defeat?' and 'Who are the authors of our textbook?'
What a genius way to understand a student's priorities. I only got one of these right...
in 1930 the average wages were $27,481. in 2012 the average wages were $44,321. in 1930 the average home cost $53,635. in 2013 the average home cost $289,500. in 1930 the average car cost $8,369. in 2013 the average car cost $31,352. but you are probably right, it’s just twenty somethings being lazy.
Wait, did you already calculate for inflation? Because $53k in 1930 is the same as $728k today. So if you didn’t take inflation into account, then homes cost MORE in 1930 than today. I can’t imagine that’s true, though, because the government is so involved with money. Because of this, it doesn’t surprise me that everything is so expensive today. And you want MORE government? Come on, son.