The corrupting power of government money

This is a perfect example of how government money, especially big, federal money, corrupts everything it touches. These local aristocrats are salivating over capturing the stolen funds from people all over the country based on the census and using them to their advantage. It's sick. It's an entitlement mentality. Nobody seems to notice or care that this money is stolen from other people at the point of a gun.

T his is a perfect example of how government money, especially big, federal money, corrupts everything it touches. These local aristocrats are salivating over capturing the stolen funds from people all over the country based on the census and using them to their advantage. It’s sick. It’s an entitlement mentality. Nobody seems to notice or care that this money is stolen from other people at the point of a gun.

Mark Luedtke
Reach DCP freelance writer Mark Luedtke at MarkLuedtke@DaytonCityPaper.com.

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