War On Poverty

“The War on Poverty,” has cost $15.9 trillion since its beginning. The total cost of every war in American history, starting with the American Revolution, is $6.4 trillion when adjusted for inflation. Paying for wars makes the dollar decline in value. The majority of tax cuts for the super-rich have gone primarily to Rich Democrats, aka the “Party of the Rich.” Think: Buffet, Gates, Kerry, Ellison, Page, Brin, Gore, Kennedys, the Rockefellers, they’re on Forbes top richest 1%, and 16 of 20 are Democrats.  14,279 people have commented on Romancing The Voters. Have you? Free Chapters & Buy 1 Get 1 Free Christmas Sale romancingthevoters.com


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