1. hmmm sell off the more F35 fleet…worthless aircraft. And don’t you know? “all homeless people WANT to be homeless.” You need more conventional social wisdom, Tubular….

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    • tubularsock says:

      RCS, how silly of Tubularsock not to realize how happy the homeless are deciding to become homeless! Your wisdom is always appreciated.

      It should have been obvious to Tubularsock when so many former veterans are on the street attempting to bring back their military fun by their pup-tent experiences.

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      • locals now want to criminalize homelessness so they can be rounded up and put on an island in Puget Sound. former site of a fed prison.

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      • tubularsock says:

        Well RCS, Tubularsock has a wayyyyyy cheaper idea than that!

        The average cost of maintaining a prisoner overall in the U.S. is about $33,274.00.

        You divide that number in half and you get $16,637.00.

        Now, with Tubularsock so far?

        You now pay each of the homeless that would be sent to prison that $16,637.00 each year.

        Thereby saving the community $16,637.00 per homeless person by not sending them to prison.

        WOW Tubularsock, another brilliant idea!

        Now RCS, feel free to pose this as your idea at the next community meeting where this stupid idea of putting the homeless into prison is discussed.

        Tubularsock will be sitting on the edge of his chair to hear the outcome!



  2. You would think they would spend the money on saving lives not killing them

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  3. swo8 says:

    It’s a disgrace!

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  4. Tubularsock,
    I love you so much. You say what I want to say, but you do it better and with more humor. My answer to the question “Where will the money come from?” is that it will come from The Future. With the debt–backed economy the US created with the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, the US creates money out of thin air by indebting current and future taxpayers to the Federal Reserve (a consortium of private banks) with interest on federal debt guaranteed by the income tax.

    This method of funding interest on federal debt was engineered with the first US central bank under George Washington and Alexander Hamilton, but at that time they used the Whiskey Tax to pay the interest.

    In the early 1900s, the central bank idea was resurrected by people like Theodore Roosevelt and Rhode Island Senator Nelson Aldrich (father-in-law to John D. Rockefeller, Jr.), who saw great losses of federal revenue ahead with the Prohibition movement. They needed a new federal funding source to pay for US involvement helping allies in World War I, so the income tax was pushed through Congress with nary a whisper of protest. It was supposed to be a “class tax,” but under Franklin D. Roosevelt, it later became a “mass tax.”

    Alas, the future, yet unborn taxpayers who are expected to pay interest on federal debt to the Federal Reserve, don’t know they have been indebted before birth for debt that can never be repaid.

    The good news is that the current US of A plans to annihilate the future, if it can, so there will be no taxpayers to pay the debt.

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    • tubularsock says:

      KO, Tubularsock thanks you for the kind words.

      And thank you for the quick overview of our fucked up tax system.

      Tubularsock is defiantly against the Whiskey Tax and completely against the Marijuana Tax.

      But Tubularsock is fully in favor of the Baby Formula Tax. Hoping to curb childhood drinking! A moralistic concern for Tubularsock.

      And you are correct that the way it’s going there won’t be any taxpayers left to pay the freight.

      But don’t worry KO, at that point they will just “write it off”!

      Thanks for the comment.

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  5. wolfess says:

    Tube sez: “Where will the money come from?”
    Wolfess sez: “Out of thin air.”

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    • tubularsock says:

      wolfess, Tubularsock thanks you for clearing that up.

      Tubularsock knew that you’d have the answer.

      Now, just how does Tubularsock get some of that thin air in his pocket?


      • wolfess says:

        It is my considered opinion that if everyone would take those big wads of hundred-dollar-bills out of their pockets everyone would have more than enough ‘thin air’!


  6. Batt Guano says:

    I can’t speak for money going to all the other programs, but the money for the Space Force was money well spent.Why?Because it was the brain child of Donald Trump, our most spaced out president.

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  7. can’t give those homeless, junkie, mental cases MONEY!!! they will stay

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  8. homeless forever say Trumpists. geeze

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  9. Batt Guano says:

    You make a good point, Trump may not have a brain. We know he sure as Hell doesn’t have a heart.

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