Our Federal #Budget On The Cutting Room Floor ... Or Is It?


by Christian Stellakis on Nov 15, 2014 | Views: 234 | Score: 4
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Foreign Aid2128483
State Department1446346
Unemployment Aid2441323
Military Defense3241243
Aid to needy in US2744245
Healthcare3834226
Environmental Protection3343222
Energy3638215
Scientific Research3740203
Agriculture3442204
Anti-terrorism3245194
Infrastructure3843172
Medicare3646153
Combating Crime4141144
Natural Disaster Relief3450124
Education6029101
Social Security4146103
Veteran's Benefits533863
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Christian Stellakis
Christian Stellakis on Nov 15, 2014 4:33 PM said:

When it comes to the federal budget deficit, Americans hold some contradictory views. The majority of the public believes that a plan to reduce the deficit should focus primarily on spending cuts. But when asked about individual government programs, Americans seem determined to maintain or even increase federal spending.

Noah
Noah on Nov 16, 2014 1:10 PM said:

What your missing is the opportunity for us to solve all of our deficit issues by cutting foreign aid. That'll do it.

Christian Stellakis
Christian Stellakis on Nov 16, 2014 1:14 PM said:

Of course. The silver bullet certainly isn't intelligent, well rounded fiscal policy. We must slash aid to Turkmenistan!

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