The American taxpayer is going broke; therefore, where do you recommend that federal, state and...
local governments cut spending first?
Everything not Constitutionally authorized. That would cut spending (and taxpayer load) by 90% (My W.A.G.)
In the money that pays for lawmaker perks!! Also, for professional sports team facilities. These should be funded by the teams that are making millions of dollars!!!
The Defense: it is always "exempted" yet it is ripe with meaningful cuts. I am not saying to reduce number of troops, but do we really need over 500 bases overseas? Can't we consolidate and save money?
by LAURENS WRIGHT6 years ago
What should the American Taxpayer do to recoup and recover from the Automotive and other Bailouts ?
by Catherine Mostly8 months ago
New Idea for an American Political Revolution: Masse Voter Protest by not Voting for Either Party.What if we filled Congress & POTUS during the next big election with people not running under the GOP or Democrat...
by JON EWALL7 years ago
Wake up america,why are the democrats in congress spending more TAXPAYER MONEY then the republicansMake a note of it ,the democrats took over congress in january 2007 when unemployment was 4.6%.The administration...
by SheriSapp2 years ago
Why do the liberals insist on more deficit spending when the nation is BROKE?Why do the liberals REFUSE to understand that the deficit spending MUST be stopped or the nation will become premanently bankrupt?
by Peeples3 years ago
Can someone explain how it is constitutionally acceptable to have Sunday alcohol bans?I live in a state that still has Blue Laws and slowly more and more towns are getting rid of them, but some cities still have bans on...
by OLYHOOCH6 years ago
Guess What, HEE, HEE, HEE, Here is a start and more to follow, HEE, HEE,"TRUMP" THIS! - Barack Obama is NOT Constitutionally Eligible to be POTUS -- Irrefutable, HEE, HEE, GOT...
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