I guess that is what some one who has convinced so many fools that he is for change will do.
President Bush vetoed the 2008 Farm Bill, as promised, but Congress overrode it.
Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer said, “At a time of record farm income, Congress decided to further increase farm subsidy rates, qualify more people for taxpayer support and move programs toward more government control.”
Though President Franklin D. Roosevelt first created farm subsidies to aid family farmers struggling through the Great Depression, the group Citizens Against Government Waste estimates that 60% of the subsidies in this year's Farm Bill will go to the wealthiest 10% of recipients - even as small family farmers still struggle today.
A few notable farmers just barely surviving with help from the government: