Saturday, August 25, 2012

Did you hear about Obama's multibillion dollar plan to help agriculture ... in Uganda?

White House Seeks to Spark Agribusiness Growth -- But Guess Where?

Certain sectors of the agricultural industry are experiencing a “less impressive” growth rate than anticipated by the Obama Administration, which is stepping in to spark that growth. And it doing so in Uganda, where its Commodity Production and Marketing campaign aims to “sustainably increase the production and marketing of quality maize, beans, and coffee” in that African nation.

The administration last year devised a plan to cut Ugandan poverty in half, while also reducing other social ills, such as the frequency of cattle raiding across the country.  As U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor reported last year, “Plan Uganda” will cost American taxpayers $3.5 billion from 2011-2015.

Obama is sure free with the US taxpayers' cash isn't he? If it is like Obama's US stimulus plan, I expect there are Obama cronies getting rich off this loot too.

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