Mitt Romney has taken to lambasting President Obama for record levels of food stamp enrollment, wielding the figures on the safety-net program to attack Obama's economic policies. "How about food stamps?" Romney said at last night's debate. "When [Obama] took office, 32 million people were on food stamps. Today, 47 million people are on food stamps." Indeed, Romney's numbers are right. As a result of the recession, the food stamp program, formally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, added nearly 15 million new people to its rolls since Obama took office. While Romney's point is that his economic plan will foster growth and therefore lift all boats--"We don't have to settle" for that, he said--when it comes to food stamps, Romney has plans for shrinking enrollment that have little to do with economic growth. Mainly, he'd just shrink the food stamp rolls, whether people need the program or not.