I have a question.
Why do the red states want smaller government when those are the states which benefit the most from government spending?
Is it true that the all the red states take far more from the government than they pay?
If that is true, maybe the taxpayers see more money going out for the poor and don't like it because they see more of it?
I think it has to do with the perception of how money is spent
by GA Anderson 3 years ago
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by Peeples 5 years ago
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by Aficionada 6 years ago
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by Brian L. Powell 5 years ago
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