20 Crazy Things The U.S. Gov’t Spends Money On


Killer Clowns from the planet Federal Government are coming for YOU!

Inquiring minds are laughing (and crying) at the list posted at TheEcomonicCollapse.com website. It is just unbelievable some of the things that the U.S. government is spending money on:

According to a shocking new report, U.S. taxpayer money is being spent to study World of Warcraft, to study how Americans find love on the Internet, and to study the behavior of male prostitutes in Vietnam. Not only that, but money from the federal government is also being used to renovate a pizzeria in Iowa and to help a library in Tennessee host video game parties. These are just some of the examples in a new report on government waste from Senator Tom Coburn entitled “Wastebook 2010”. Even as tens of millions of American families find themselves suffering through the worst economic downturn in modern history, the U.S. government continues to spend money on some of the craziest and most frivolous things imaginable. Every single year articles are written and news stories are done about the horrific government waste that is taking place and yet every single year it just keeps getting worse. So just what in the world is going on here?

Please click on the link about to see the list. And don’t worry…we all need laughs. It’s the Christmas season.

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One Response

  1. i have a hard time, when it comes to the expression, “throw the bums out” as it relates to congressional representation.
    as most people say, “except my bum”. when in fact most peoples bums should be thrown out.
    dr. coburn is my senator.
    and as he has been true to form, in the past, he will only be in deecee for six more years.
    that can’t be good news for the libtards.
    as i see it, it isn’t good for conservatives. he should be in there another six after that.
    if we still have a republic at that point. that would mean hussein will be in his, what, fourth or fifth term?
    heh

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