10 things the US could sell off
The nation is facing a huge challenge in getting its massive debt under control. Here are some creative ideas for stemming the red ink.
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What we need to do is stop supporting
every woman who gets pregnant
every person who does not feel like working
we need to
trim the political herd ( way too many politicians )
stop giving them lifetime benefits for a year of service ( where else can you get that ) ?
Downsize and get rid of unrealistic benefits that exist nowhere else
Lets stop acting like we have unlimited funds
yet we are willing to take money from our seniors and push up retirement so we can make the fat even fatter .
We need to pawn Washington D.C. and every politician in it. Enough already!
Are you kidding me? Absolutely not! Congress needs to pay the debt they created partly through ending the ridiculous amount of money and perks we pay them and partly through ending all the ridiculous foreign and domestic policies and programs they milk us for. Stop sending our money to foreigners! Stop supporting illegal immigrants and lazy welfare recipients. Stop it now! Pack it up and leave our embassies vacant. Expel all foreign diplomats. End it now. Bring in the reins! Close the borders! Enough!
Sell Obama, Biden, Hilary Clintion, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and John Bohneir! Oh I forgot, they are worthless!
Please notice I picked from both parties!
The social security tax should be eliminated as a separate tax. Make the income tax a flat tax, increasing it enough to cover social security. Everyone, except the poor, after reaching a minimum threshhold of income, would pay the same percentage of income for ALL programs and there would be no tax protection for the wealthy and super-rich. Income taxes received would be apportioned by congress to cover all federal expenses, including social security payments. In time, it would solve the country's debt problems. Of course, it would also require congress and the president to receive the same health insurance the rest of us receive and no pension.
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