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ILLEGAL PRESIDENT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA....
the biggest waste of MONEY.....
you idiots gave him 4 more years....and how many more TRILLION in debt....
WAY TO GO!!!!!
Left out the biggest government waste - interest on the national debt. That is a black hole for sure.
Well,dont forget to send this whole segment to the people in charge of making these government waste decisions. MIA - Oh that's right,they're all on vacation most of the time paid for by us.
The biggest example of government waste is that obama has been re-elected. Wait until these next four years are over. We think it's bad now, America will never be the same.
Did any of you vote to re-elect any of the asshats that take money from you at the point of a gun if necessary and spend it like this?
These are small potato examples, the problem is that there are thousands of programs like this.
I won't even mention the big stuff
Disgusting, and unfortunately just the tip of the iceberg. This is why things we need, like border control, disaster relief, food and drug inspections, infrastructure improvements, etc., etc. don't have the necessary funding. The Federal government has too much money, or rather borrowing power, for its own and our own good.
I keep chuckling; there is a way to get the national debt paid off and to have mass money to run our country with. It’s just that those who could actually make it happen are the ones that it would cost the most.
If $10 or $10,000,000 gets spent by a politician, the groups for or/and against that politician, PAC’s, corporations, groups or paid individuals trying to influence the vote of a politician or private individual, The money spent would be matched dollar for dollar into the public funds. If it is a district vote. The money goes to pay off the district debt. City vote, city debt. County vote, county debt. State, state. Federal, federal. When the debt is all paid, just think of the money to have the best schools, roads, parks and country in the world.
Just saying …
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