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To me, the dole is defined as receipt of funds without anything of value being transacted. It matters not whether the purchases are military, agricultural, research or anything else of the sort; such items and payroll for productive employment in whatever agencies is not a handout.
Um grey, the last time I checked, california and new york paid more to the government than they got from it. It seems like there were about 19 states that pays all the bills that gets paid. You could look it up? It's been a while since I checked.
31 states and the district of columbia are a bigger cost, than support.
How many of those staters are run by Democrats? How many of those states are run by Republicans?
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