What does the government really need money for?
Question by I can’t think of a Good nick: What does the government really need money for?
What does the federal government of the US really need up to probably 40 or 50% of our money? Besides military and roads. I mean, what is sucking up all this money?
Answer by Nothingusefullearnedinschool
Go to www.irs.gov and check it out. There are better sites, but that gives you a good overall view of where the money comes from (individuals is the number one source) and where it goes (SSA, VA, military, infrastructure, welfare (especially to the 13,000,000 ILLEGALS who get FREE medical care, housing subsidies, etc.), research, CDC, tornadoe chasers, hurricane watchers, etc., etc. Of course, also controlling the trucks on our nation’s highways, controlling airplanes, tranes, busses, ships; import/export, inspection of everything electrical, foodstuffs, medicines, drinks, water, sewage, the clothes you wear, the bedding on your bed, paints, etc., etc., etc.)
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