How to Pay for the Federal Government

Iowahawk is the pen name of writer David Burge.  One of his recent works focuses on innovative ways to pay for federal government spending.  Excerpt:

“So let’s all sit down together as an American family with a calendar and make a yearly budget. First, let’s lock in the $3.7 trillion of critical family spending priorities; now let’s get to work on collecting the pay-as-we-go $10 billion daily cash flow we need.

12:01 AM, January 1
Let’s start the year out right by going after some evil corporations and their obscene profits. And who is more evil than those twin spawns of Lucifer himself, Exxon Mobil and Walmart? Together these two largest American industrial behemoths raked in, between them, $34 billion in 2010 global profits. Let’s teach ’em both a lesson and confiscate it for the public good. This will get us through…”

Since I kn0w you’ll want to read the whole thing, here’s the link.  Enjoy. – Tony

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About Tony Lima

Retired after teaching economics at California State Univ., East Bay (Hayward, CA). Ph.D., economics, Stanford. Also taught MBA finance at the California University of Management and Technology. Occasionally take on a consulting project if it's interesting. Other interests include wine and technology.

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