Low income families struggle everywhere in America. A story in the Washington Post notes that those who live here in Washington have we the second easiest time of those in any major city. Only San Francisco beats DC in comfort for the poor.
This is of course a story with all sorts of different implications. Do we want poor visitors because they'll like it here and want to stay? But then won't it be even poorer so we'll like it less and maybe leave? And if we leave will the newly arrived poor maybe leave too? And then could we come back? And then....Pretty silly pretty quickly, huh?
I don't know. I like San Fran but I'm probably not poor enough to go there. Besides, I live right next to a big old stall market with fishmongers and cheesemongers and, well, you get the idea.
So come grocery shopping, just don't move here, okay? Unless you want to be president, of course. Then you have to.