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If were going to talk welfare lets useall the facts!! and review the corporate welfare that has been given out (billions) in the form of subsadies and tax easments to corporations that have been recording record profits for years. All while manipulateing the markets they do business in to maximize thier profits at the expense of the (held hostage) consumer.
Ok these are nice teasers but let's get to the real stuff. Like some others have said, there are plenty of areas in our government that waste more money several times over than everthing in this list combined. Failed programs to corporate kickbacks, lets see the real wastes now.
I think its time
Food stamps for everyone!! It's...an Obamanation! There goes the rest of my savings trying to ride out this storm...
This person had no prior experience in this arena but simply because he made lives miserable for so many people he had to be a great leader. Our Government needs to contract out as much work as possible, simply because nobody could ever manage anything as badly as our Government.
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