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Comments on Stamp out Hunger campaign

Comments re article 44342. Today Help Columbia KY Postal Carriers Stamp out Hunger

Carolyn Plahuta writes:
I'm all for helping the needy. But the hungry in Adair County and the rest of Kentucky wouldn't be as hungry if they spent their money on food instead of those expensive cigarettes. It seems to be the poor who smoke the most. -Carolyn Plahuta
Hope this doesn't mean you'd withhold food from hungry families just because a parent spends money on cigarettes. I can't think of any good reason not to support the Postal Carriers Stamp Out Hunger or the Food Pantry - especially not parental mishavior. Smoking would seem an unrelated matter. -Ed Waggener

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