Sunday, March 19, 2017
Meals on Wheels produces 'results'
Recall this post where the Office of Management and Budget said Meals on Wheels doesn't produce 'results' so its funding must be cut. This article cites several studies that indeed the program "improve[s] the quality of people’s diet, increase their nutrient intake, and reduce their food insecurity and nutritional risk. They also noted that the programs increased chances for human contact and improved quality of life." But you see, the majority of old people and poor people don't vote Republican so they should stave to death. There's a result the GOP can get behind.