Originally posted by Sinnthia
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09. Two years. Key words in that post.
Funny thing. You said every two years.
I said is not happened in quite awhile. It was proposed but not brought before the legislature in 2009.
When you leave out federal funds for roads and disasters, you know like the disasters I mentioned. I guess I am missing your actual rebuttal to that.
Again, it would have helped a great deal to have read my post.
Follow the link I gave you. It says
--Each year the Census Bureau releases the Consolidated Federal Funds Report, which estimates the amount of federal spending in each state and
territory during the prior fiscal year. The latest report allocates approximately 92 percent of total FY 2005 federal spending. The 8 percent not
allocated includes net interest outlays, foreign aid, and other outlays that are not allocable to the states. For the purposes of this report, the Tax
Foundation uses this census data as is.--
Answers your questions, if you bother to read.
What is your point? 13 disasters in the last decade they have gone crawling to the federal government to get bailed out on. Your response does exactly
what to rebut that?
Yeah . . . it is called getting the rest of our money back.