So your answer is to imply that feeding veterans is not a genuine need, or that other things they spend 900k on are not genuine needs.
Nobody said any of that that. Take your straw men someplace else.
You’re making an argument from ignorance, but implying this is responsible fiscal governance.
Clearly you misunderstood. Or you’re not able to process information logically. Not sure which.
It is the responsibility of each city to prioritize its available funds to meet the needs of its citizens. Speaking broadly, if a city has citizens which are in need of food and have no alternative, and they choose to spend their available funds landscaping the city park, then it is hardly logical to blame anyone else but the city for that decision.
That all said, I will refer you to Mr. Anderson’s detailed explanation on how MOW funding really works, specifically, that there is no such thing as “meals on wheels” funding from the Feds. (Which begs the question, “do you really know what you’re talking about?” Apparently not. )
I live in San Antionio, so I can speak to how much this is being talked about here.
And really claims about a given city “losing” funding for MoW is at this point is is partisan blustering. Because the…
As for the EOs you list… does it matter that he’s already violated them?
How quickly you moved from “Nothing Trump has done so far in office jibes with the priorities you have listed for him” to attempting to accuse him of a violation. You should be honest and admit you were wrong before moving the goalposts.
Tsk tsk. Shame on you.
That said, there’s nothing in your link that makes the argument that the EO has been violated. Oops.
Hope that helps.