Why are people in big cities receiving bailout money meant for farmers?

Lesley Stahl: So let’s say I have a cousin who’s a farmer. And I’m a reporter in New York. I sit here. I don’t do any farming. But I’m a cousin.

Ken Cook: That’s right.

Lesley Stahl: I can get money?

Ken Cook: You can get money. Maybe you have to make a phone call a couple times a year to find out what–

Lesley Stahl: But I don’t have to even go there?

Ken Cook: No, you don’t have to live on the farm or visit the farm. These payments aren’t just going to farmers who are out there climbing up on a tractor every morning. These payments are going to people who are living in the middle of New York City because they happen to have an ownership interest in the farm.