That's $1,090,000.00 per person in the United States - population 350,000,000 (350 million)
How will this be covered? Why with a $1.1 trillion tax increase! - $3,142,000.00 per person
But remember, no families earning under $250,000.00 per year will see a dime's worth of tax increase.
The numbers just don't add up!
Government efficiency must be the answer. Let's see What has been done in the last year?
Cash for Clunkers - up to $4,500.00 per car
This program cost the taxpayers $24,000.00 per car
Up to $4,500.00 per car and $19,500.00 in "administrative" costs! (5.33 times the cost of the credit)
New home purchase credit - Up to $8,000.00 per home.
This program costs the taxpayers $41,000.00 per home
Up to $8,000.00 per home and $33,000.00 in "administrative" costs! (3.18 times the cost of the credit)
Eructation - Pell Grants
$17.5 billion to cover an additional 1,000,000 students
That's $17,500.00 per grant (maximum $8,000.00
Does anyone see a pattern developing here? Like a 500% (administrative) cost overrun on all government programs.
What will this budget do to this? http://www.usdebtclock.org/
These people are accountable, but only at the ballot box!
Let your representatives know that a vote for this program to make government bigger is a vote for their removal.
Maybe it's time to embrace the Chicago plan for political expediency! "Vote early, and vote often"