Following Along The Federal Spending On The Already Prosperous!

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    The U. S. Federal Government is relatively open about what it does. It so much open that anyone can easily digest all the federal statistics in one place(?)! The Idiot Deity who chose the Jews buried economics in Matthew 20:1-16, and Matthew 25:14-30. It was left to a little Heb from Nazareth to show how the foreign religions, of the Greater Deities of Greece and Rome, applied(?)! The U. S. Federal Government, in contrast, just throws it all out there for anyone.

    http://www.census.gov/prod/2011pubs/cffr-10.pdf

    Turning to the various tables 13, one of them shows this below:

    Total Federal Expenditures for 2010 were $3.276 tril., 2009, $3.201 tril., and 2008, $2.792 tril. The Ivy League, idiocy stimulus really wasn't. In 2005, federal expeditures were $2.284 tril. Spending on the Collosal, federal financial disaster: Was under way in 2008.

    The various tables have names.

    Effectively, the Schvartz little Defense Department War, again at the direction of the GOP and the Bush family, wasn't doing spit, even for the economy. Famously, Obama-Biden finally found some terrorists in Pakistan, and killed one off. That was high-tech on display, embarrasing to everyone. Not much economic impact happened when Osama bin laden was killed. Killing off Saddaam Hussein hadn't helped much, either.

    Validating, In 2010, federal procurements were $516.0 bil, in 2009 $519.0 bil., and in 2008, $514.0 bil. Not much direct stimulus spending happened. That should have been showing in 2010 really big time. In 2005, the total was at $380.0 bil., when schvartz-level spending was very much in vogue. Body armor for the troops, for example, was not in fashion.

    In 2010, grants spending went up, and so the "stimulus" finally shows up. $683.0 bil. for that year, $710.0 bil. in 2009., and only $571. bil. in 2008. In 2005: It was still a schvartz-level year, and the total was $468.0 bil. The "Make-Work-Pay," refundable tax credit, doesn't get shown since it is not spending. The Socialist part is not shown in the money shown here(?)! This will be noted below: This is money spent on the already prosperous.

    So the failed "stimulus" was actually due to Ivy League economists, bailing out the already prosperous in the state and local bureaucracies, and teacher pools. With champagne, these "pools" were filled.

    Approaching 100 mil. persons or more get federal entitlements kinds of money. That is about $1.5 tril. The other--and that is more than half of it--goes to a few million people at most! Contractors and bailed out bureaucrats and pond-scum, (teachers), get most of the money. Those are already prosperous people!

    And so that is called the "middle class," at $75,000, or $125,000, or $250,000 per year, annually! Look especially at university CEO's

    And running "against" that record is the Republican Party: Of Bain Capital fame. Entitlements are not the Bain Capital, Romney, and Republican Brand. Anyone sees why they want control of the money. To them, clearly: The money is their money, and is money for no other peoples.

    Anyone sees the U. S. federal tax dollars actually: Not working very much at all. JPL might just as well send a "Curiosity" vehicle, into Los Angeles: To see what is out there. La Canada / Flintridge is in a bunch of hillsides, removed from sight: Even from it all. JPL is about tax money, and how it gets spent. Department of Defense is like that too: Except they station armed guards around the various properties--paid in the "Schvartz as usual" tradition of patriotism, nurtered at those places. Mr. T would earlier call it "Chump Change," even on TV.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Many undisclosed locations now really federal locations, or locations federally funded for the already prosperous, only!)
     
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    pure idiotic illiterate liberal gibberish
     
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    Famously, Beverly Hills can actually see Los Angeles--even from their own front porches. Otherwise catching glimpses of stars and starlets, however: Is more of an inwardly, searching experience.

    Those people, famously, charge admission fees to everyone else. School they think they are llike(?)!

    South El Monte, however, is in the San Gabriel Valley: "Shielded" from the enclaves like Bel-Air, Brentwood, and La Canada / Flintridge. What appear to be Microbes, in fact--from the altitudes--are mostly, likely Hispanic.

    Those would not be regarded the high-end, federal users, however.

    Equal treatment under law is clearly like that!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Buffalo, by any other name. . . .hmmmm!)
     

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