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Aid to Dependent Corporations-The Big Rip-Off Summary- This article displays the double standard that the United States government lives by Multi-billion dollar companies are given the world for free and the taxpayers pick up the bill My Position- I cannot even believe my eyes I knew that our government was screwed up but I had no clue how bad things really were I will list the most appalling infractions below and give a brief commentary First Mr JR Simplot of Grandview Idaho is handed grazing rights on federal lands for a whopping sum of 87000 dollars This is one quarter of the rate charged by private landowners Lets line up the private business sector and chop off their collective legs The difference between the going rate and what he paid would have covered the welfare costs for 60 families What is wrong with this picture Second the Federal Office of Management and budget OMB estimates that wealthfare tax credits deductions and exemptions called tax expenditures will cost 440 billion dollars in 1996 Does anyone remember the national debt Imagine even cutting the breaks in half that would be an extra 220 billion dollars that could actually pay for a decent computer in my childrens classroom What a novel idea How about giving some of this free money to build safe subsidized housing for single women Not every company in the United States can move to Mexico if they feel that they are not getting the monetary breaks they deserve Lastly lets look at McSubsidies I have never read something more absurd in my life 110 million dollars a year goes directly to companies that advertise abroad Such recipients of this money are Sunkist McDonalds and MMMars Well I guess the government wants the rest of the world to get indigestion from eating chicken McNuggets too After all if they give perks for foreign advertising some poor guy in Europe may eat
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