OMG....!!!!!. Inadvertantly We Elected 'Negan' as President

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    Yep, but the problem is that the international bankers that own USA.INC wouldn't extend credit if the military was cut because the military protects the interests of the multi-national corporations that they own. You think that if the money spent was cut and diverted from the military would eventually fund healthcare and ease poverty??? Think again....the fiat currency from credit extended by nothing tangible that is used to fund the military industrial complex wouldn't be diverted at all..... lest you think otherwise.....
     
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    The last president that took on the Federal Reserve was JFK and we all know how that turned out......
     
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    Isn't it ironic that government itself costs almost 3 times social Security and Unemployment? Wow, do we have our prioirties skewed.....???
    Where's America First in that?
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    I think they should reverse those numbers. Social Security/Unemployment gets. 72.9 billion and government gets 29.1 billion. Military gets a measly 400 BILLION.

    Where is that champion!!. Trump is a chump. More establishment. More cowardice.
     
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    Trump already illegally erasing Internet records
    President Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday morning that he was "honered" to serve as 45th president of the United States. Moments later, the tweet was gone — presumably deleted by the president or his team.

    Under the 1978 Presidential Records Act, the president must obtain the "views of the Archivist of the United States" before disposing of any records. And his tweets — whether sent from his personal Twitter account or his official @POTUS account — are considered a matter of public record.
     
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    Just to review where we have been: "Just where might be the problem in government spending????"

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    Good question. ;)

    That's a mighty colorful pie chart ya got there! Federal spending in 2015 was 3.7 Trillion. That purty chart of yours accounts for 1.11 Trillion...or about one third of the total. My oh my - 2.6 Trillion missing, we must find it! - wherever could it be? To the hunt! - surely an easy task for a factfinder such as yourself. Hint - start with a .gov site.
     
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    Should check out how much of that military budget pays American soldiers, aka [a good deal] goes into American economies - it includes pensions/retirement (which I think we need to get rid of like the private sector did, but that's a different subject.) We also fund a bunch of foreign countries through the military budget (also needs to be ended, again another subject.)
     

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