Benefits to people who are not poor often equal or dwarf those that are. The home mortgage interest deduction, which the Congressional Budget Office found largely benefits the top one-fifth of income earners, cost the federal government about $70 billion in 2013, while food stamps cost $74 billion last year. The tax break for employers who provide health insurance cost Washington $250 billion in 2013.
Free stuff is expected from the wealthy to the poor. The majority doesn't recognize either until a business cycle transition force recognition by pain from all demographic classes.
Headline: Most Americans Get ‘Free Stuff’ From The Government
Who doesn’t love free stuff? We’re a country that turns every national holiday into a sale. You’re more likely to see a riot over discount video game consoles on Black Friday than over political debates.
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