What’s a nanny/welfare state without actually getting into the diaper business?
An economic recovery bill authored by Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D.-Conn.) seeks to empower struggling families by directing the federal government to distribute free diapers through day care centers.
The Diaper Investment and Aid to Promote Economic Recovery Act (DIAPER Act) would “relieve some of the stress on families facing hardship in this economy” by providing this direct service, DeLauro said in a letter to congressional colleagues urging them to co-sponsor her bill.
Without diapers, children are not allowed to attend day care, said DeLauro, who described those in need as a “lost generation of Americans.”
Too bad the DIAPER Act wasn’t passed a long time ago, because the first time I saw Rosa DeLauro, I s*#t my pants.
Will the Dems be lame enough to claim this will help “save or create millions of jobs“? Probably.
Diapers distributed through this initiative will bear a special marking so you’ll know it’s a part of The Diaper Investment and Aid to Promote Economic Recovery Act: