What Does The Federal Government Know About Financial Literacy?


 

Does anyone else find it ironic that a government with a $14 Trillion Debt runs 20 different agencies with 56 different programs dedicated to financial literacy?

 

There is nothing responsible about the way this government runs its finances, yet we let them spend millions of dollars every single year “educating” others on Financial Literacy?

 

Does anyone else think that is absolutely crazy?

 

If you would like some wasteful spending examples, please visit my post outlining some of the most hilarious ones…  https://toddhagopian.wordpress.com/2012/09/02/need-wasteful-spending-examples-use-these-examples-in-your-political-arguments/

 

If you would like to read about how responsible the government is at owning land and using it effectively, please read this article on our nation’s biggest landowner (the Federal Government)…  https://toddhagopian.wordpress.com/2012/09/02/largest-landowner-in-the-united-states-the-federal-government/

 

If you would like to read about the history of the income tax, and how liberal politicians like to lie about it, please read this article which explains that America has spent more than half of its history with no income tax at all… https://toddhagopian.wordpress.com/2012/09/03/history-of-the-income-tax-a-mindset-change-is-needed/

 

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About Todd Hagopian (@ToddHagopian)

Todd Hagopian received his BA from Eastern Michigan University with a major in Political Science. After graduation, he worked as a Financial Advisor and a Bank Manager before returning to school. He attended Michigan State University, where he completed an MBA with a double-major in Finance and Marketing. Todd is now a Senior Product Development Manager for a Fortune 500 company. He frequently writes about business issues, social media strategy, and political issues that he finds important. Enjoy the blog!

Posted on September 3, 2012, in Politics and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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