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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#27 - legodude
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(01/24/2013) [-]
Why not a photo of that new F-22 raptor you helped pay for.
#58 to #27 - gjah
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No wonder you socialists think like you do, when every single piece information you have and share is fake. This is the real federal spending, link: WIKIPEDIA, US federal spending

Go live in your dreamy world where everyone is equal and leave this one to people who actually know how it works.
User avatar #93 to #58 - europeanswallow
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Yeah, but the US armed forces has a bigger budget than any other portion of the US government

WIKIPEDIA: United States Armed Forces
#103 to #93 - anon id: c9f0ef61
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Not true. You think it's biggest because you do not understand difference between discretionary spending and entire budget.
Discretionary + Mandatory spending = entire budget.
Defense department does have biggest share in discretionary, but it's not true in whole picture.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=asRDOhgN70Q
#105 to #103 - europeanswallow
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Armed_Forces

They spend more than any other portion of the US government

that is a fact
#126 to #105 - gjah
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No dude, you are wrong...
It only means that they spend more than any other country (as in more than Russia). Just click on the link below and you will see...
#100 to #93 - gjah
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Social security and Medical expenses are rising above any other expenses, not only in the states but everywhere around the world. It's a exponential growth trend, while millitary expenses are falling or staying in most countries.
User avatar #66 to #58 - legodude
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i'm no socialist, this was just a joke... I am a huge supporter of the armed forces
#31 to #27 - oedad
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nice 4 year old budget that is misleading read "discretionary budget" it does not include in-discretionary spending such as social security or medicaid which makes up like 60+% of the total budget.
User avatar #49 to #31 - MrDeadiron
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yes but social security is completely paid into by our taxes as an insurance policy that thhe government has taken money out of
#90 to #49 - anon id: a32afdd5
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It isn't paid for anymore. The problem is it no longer goes to just the old that have paid into it all their life, but also people who never paid a dime.
User avatar #108 to #90 - MrDeadiron
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no thats welfare, social security goes to those in need who have paid taxes like widows unwed parents and as you said the elderly
#121 to #108 - anon id: a32afdd5
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RSDI-Retirement, survivors, and disability insurance.

Through this, money from social security can not just be given to retirees, but disabled people who are younger than retirement age and children and wives of drawers (living or dead).

And since this is overlooked when you apply for benefits, those who draw here can also draw for welfare and unemployment.
#30 to #27 - csa
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"Proposed" Most ofthe money from taxes goes to Social Security (Meicare, Medicaid, welfare, etc.).
#33 to #30 - legodude
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User avatar #40 to #33 - Nameloc
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Although the copyright tag at the bottom dates from 2011...
Which means it was planned for 2012, not 2012's actual spending/ chart.
#28 to #27 - notyaoming
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Better yet, the pilot holding up deds to you....while blowing up a ******* tank and doing a barrel roll.
#32 to #28 - legodude
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User avatar #29 to #28 - legodude
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hell yeah! I would pay for that!