Thursday, July 29, 2010


But if I dare miss my monthly $172 payment to the Department of Education (aka student loan) you better believe those feds be chasing me through the streets like I'm Frankenstein's monster.  Our world can be so comical sometimes.  And don't get me started on providing healthcare to poor people!  The thought of my hard-earned tax dollars helping ragged-clothed, shoeless, street urchins sickens me. People with no money don't deserve to be healthy.

I have an idea!  Let's round up all those filthy beggars who have the gall to get healthy on my dime and send them to Iraq.  Then we can have them search for the missing money - like a scavenger hunt, or an Easter egg hunt!  Beauty!


Max said...

Beware any pie chart that looks like pacman

JC said...

"Weaknesses in DoD's financial and management controls left it unable to properly account for $8.7 billion of the $9.1 billion in DFI funds it received for reconstruction activities in Iraq. This situation occurred because most DoD organizations receiving DFI funds did not establish the required Department of the Treasury accounts and no DoD organization was designated as the executive agent for managing the use of DFI funds. The breakdown in controls left the funds vulnerable to inappropriate uses and undetected loss." Source: Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction