“To me, the principle of subsidiarity, which is really federalism, meaning government closest to the people governs best, having a civil society of the principal of solidarity where we, through our civic organizations, through our churches, through our charities…that’s how we advance the common good by not having big government crowd out civic society…and take care of people who are down and out in our communities,” Ryan said.
Churches would need to raise $714,000 per year to fill in the gap from Trump’s poverty program cuts
Jack Jenkins

And how can that work in communities where one-fourth or more of the population live below the federal poverty line? Pass around a loaf of bread to be shared by 50 people. Come on, Paul Ryan, get real.

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