The same veterans that had to raise money for armor to stay alive are roundly kicked to the curb in this winner take all economy. Coming back they find the jobs are either gone or have been turned into wage slavery. So they go hungry.
“We found that 27 percent of these veterans reported being food insecure,” says Rachel Widome, an assistant professor in the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health. “That’s nearly double the prevalence of food insecurity in the general U.S. population.”http://sph.umn.edu/...
Food insecurity is the inability to access a sufficient amount of food for a healthy lifestyle and nationally it’s estimated to affect 14.5 percent of the general population.
“This is a group of people who served our country and it’s really unacceptable that after their service, they’re struggling to afford enough food for their households,” says Widome.
Social engineering: UR doing it wrong.