Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Historic drought to bring higher food prices, experts say

The historic drought baking the nation's breadbasket is about to hit American consumers where it hurts most -- the supermarket checkout.

"Prices are going to go up," Justin Gardner, assistant professor of agribusiness at Middle Tennessee State University, told the Christian Science Monitor. "The only question is when."

My take: Where or what exactly is the Obama Administration doing on this issue. Wait. Sorry! This is, after all,  an  ELECTION YEAR. He's too busy trying to get elected!

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