Went to Wegmans today and a 5 lb. bag of plain old white potatoes, which were a $1.99 at the beginning of the year, are now $3.99. With the red and Yukons up to $5.99 for a 5 lb. bag, I don't know how much longer people are even going to be able to afford potatoes. Things like potatoes and cabbage back during the Great Depression and WWII were always cheap to buy so even most of the poor could afford them. Not anymore. Cabbage is .99/lb. at Wegmans and they're usually cheaper than other stores. Cherries are $6.99/lb. and although Walmart has them on sale for $4.67/lb. that's still way too expensive for me to buy. And the frozen vegetables have skyrocketed too ~ most were over $4 a bag. How much longer are the poor, working, and middle classes going to be able to afford food? Naturally, the "let them eat cake" Demonrats and RINOs aren't being affected by this and they keep telling us that they "can't" do anything about it. I hope Jesus calls the church home very soon, otherwise it looks like there are going to be a lot of people around the world who are going to be hungry because they can't get or afford food which will lead to deaths from starvation and malnutrition.