You Don't Know Poverty, Darrell

This will be interesting:

Rep. Darrell Issa is leading a fact-finding trip to Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador to examine conditions on the ground in those countries that have led to a surge of migrants into the U.S., including more than 57,000 youths with no parent or adult guardian.

Issa is a high school drop-out who joined the army (never served overseas) became a car thief, got out of it, and then made a mint building and selling car alarm kits.

It probably wasn't a piece of cake for Issa growing up, but I don't think anything in his life will have prepared the richest man in the House of Representatives for the kind of poverty he will encounter in Central America.