Have you no shame?
If you have any doubt, it's from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's annual report on food insecurity:
Missouri is No. 1 in the nation in hunger.
This distinction can be found in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s annual report on food insecurity, released on Wednesday.
Never worry about where your next meal is coming from? You’re food secure, like 85 percent of the people in the nation.
Unfortunately, nearly 1 in 6 Missourians, or 16.7 percent of them, are food insecure.
That means that at least once in the past year, in most cases several times, they skipped meals because they didn’t have enough food. Money ran out. Or they got by on less nutrition than they needed just to spread out the food they could afford.
Last year, Missouri ranked 7th worst in the nation in food insecurity. For those more extreme hunger cases, classified as “very low food security,” Missouri had the second highest rate in the country. Arkansas was first. Those with “very low food security” sometimes go an entire day without eating.
That’s bad enough.
But when compared to the numbers from a decade ago, Missouri’s negative change, that is the number of people falling into hunger, is worse than any other state in the nation.
Not Mississippi. Not Alabama. Not Georgia. Not another poor, Southern state.
Number one in food insecurity.
So, all you representatives in Jefferson City. You want to do something about this?
I mean, instead of regulating women's reproductive rights.
Or trying to ban Federal regulations of guns.