Record numbers of low-income people and senior citizens can’t afford to heat their homes
October 5, 2009Record numbers of low-income people and senior citizens who can’t afford to heat their homes are applying for help, say some local agencies that distribute aid and struggle with the recession’s fallout.
“The overwhelming need we have (for heating aid) far surpasses any of our resources,” says Dave Dexheimer of Douglass Community Services in Hannibal, Mo. Read More
If Obama and the democrat control congress cares about saving energy use and cost, then why don’t they use some of the Stimulus money to provide assistance to help insulate older homes from the outside cold for people who make wages of $50,000 or less. This would create jobs, save energy and keep low-income people and senior citizens from getting sick and using the healthcare system less. It doesn’t take a brain to understand.
From what I have read so far is Obama has given more Stimulus money to his rich campaign supporters than anyone else!