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    Defense Spending .vs Federal Revenues (REV)
    ......in trillions.....
    YEAR.DEFENSE/.REV = % of Revenues

    FY2016 0.581 / 3.3xx = xx.x% est. - includes $59 Billion in War Funding

    FY2015
    0.599 / 3.249 = 18.4% are we ever going to audit the Pentagon?
    FY2014 0.578 / 3.021 = 19.1%
    FY2013 0.608 / 2.774 = 21.9%
    FY2012 0.651 / 2.449 = 26.6%
    FY2011 0.678 / 2.302 = 29.5%
    FY2010 0.677 / 2.162 = 31.3%
    FY2009 0.637 / 2.105 = 30.3%
    FY2008 0.595 / 2.524 = 23.6%
    FY2007 0.529 / 2.568 = 20.6%
    FY2006 0.499 / 2.407 = 20.7%
    FY2005 0.474 / 2.154 = 22.0%
    FY2004 0.437 / 1.880 = 23.2%
    FY2003 0.389 / 1.783 = 21.8%
    FY2002 0.332 / 1.853 = 17.9%
    FY2001 0.291 / 1.990 = 14.6%
    FY2000 0.281 / 2.025 = 13.9%
    audit the Pentagon
    FY1999 0.261 / 1.827 = 14.3%
    FY1998 0.256 / 1.721 = 14.9%


    Global Firepower
    http://www.globalfirepower.com
    Comparison of Military Strength: http://bit.ly/1aeZwPw

    U.S. vs Russia http://bit.ly/1O2NDxY
    U.S. vs China http://bit.ly/1FBsWq5

    President Eisenhower
    : “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial complex. The potential for a disastrous rise of misplaced power exists, and will persist. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry, can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense, with our peaceful message and goals.”

    Interactive Graphic - Top 15 Defense Budgets in 2014
    http://bit.ly/1AVlM74

    WIKI - List of countries by military expenditures http://bit.ly/1pdPlxQ

    Warmongers http://bit.ly/1BsoIrY

    An argument against increasing U.S. Defense Spending http://bit.ly/1snkzoq

    The above Defense Spending, and Federal Revenue, numbers, are from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), end-of-fiscal year, monthly reports http://1.usa.gov/Hl0pXR other sources, which reflect considerably higher Defense Spending numbers, may include some portion of this Military Spending http://bit.ly/fN6BfT

    U.S. Defense Spending in Eight Charts http://bit.ly/1p9VCKa
    the Ryan budget increases Defense Spending by another $500 billion


    Special Report: The Pentagon's doctored ledgers conceal epic waste http://reut.rs/1bbSrbu
    UNACCOUNTABLE: Behind the Pentagon’s doctored ledgers, a running tally of epic waste
    Number Crunch http://reut.rs/1eUiL01
    Faking It http://reut.rs/1djlcdD
    Broken Fixes http://reut.rs/P5FRas
    TIME TO AUDIT THE PENTAGON

    Transpartisan Groups Tell Congress: Spending Smarter on Defense Can Make Us Stronger http://www.pogo.org/our-work/letters...n-defense.html

    The sequester on Defense Spending should have remained in place
    http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2013/roll641.xml
    BEWARE, THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX OWNS CONGRESS

    Cost of War http://costofwar.com/

    The budget deal is a big win for the Pentagon http://www.motherjones.com/politics/...al-charts-cuts GREAT FACTS AND GRAPHICS

    Voting Against the bloated Defense Bill: Barrasso Coburn Corker Crapo Cruz Enzi Flake Lee Merkley Paul Risch Sanders Sessions Shelby Wyden

    Defense Spending (in billions): China 166, Russia 91, UK 61, Japan 59, France 59, Saudi Arabia 57, India 46, Germany 46, Italy 34, Brazil 33 http://bit.ly/dRAFp9

    Beware the Military Industrial Complex http://bit.ly/1autTR5

    The Pentagon's Biggest Overrun: Way Too Many Generals http://bit.ly/1aLqihM

    National Defense Base Budget http://armedservices.house.gov/index...a-f0ee44ec414d


    our U.S. spends more on Defense than the next 10 countries COMBINED http://bit.ly/dRAFp9

    C-SPAN Washington Journal 11-21-2012 http://cs.pn/UUuL3A
    InstPolicyStudies ‏IPS-DC.org IPSer Phyllis Bennis 01:29:35 to 02:10:53
    WELL WORTH WATCHING

    still 35,000 troops in Afghanistan, along with over 100,000 military contractors (mercenaries)
    53,700 troops in Germany
    39,200 troops in Japan
    30,000 troops in South Korea
    15,000 state dept (military) in Iraq

    Romney All Wet on Ships http://factcheck.org/2012/10/romney-all-wet-on-ships/

    Mitt Romney would spend $2 trilllion that the military hasn't asked for http://bit.ly/RKp2Oe

    Military Spending http://bit.ly/fN6BfT

    Fact check: Romney proposal would increase defense spending
    http://www.latimes.com/news/politics...,7005412.story

    Mitt Romney’s Military Budget Hypocrisy http://bit.ly/P0I06C

    Estimated cost of post-9/11 wars: 225,000 lives, up to $4 trillion http://bit.ly/PibAOh

    Tax Cuts, Wars, Account for Nearly Half of Public Debt by 2019 http://p.ost.im/p/dhJ4WU

    A $487 Billion Dollar cut in Defense Spending cuts over 10 years IS PEANUTS

    War profiteering http://bit.ly/R7WFqy
    Growth of Corporate Power and Profiteering http://bit.ly/N68jpC
    Meet the 0.01 Percent: War Profiteers http://bit.ly/OCY1vi
    Iraq for Sale, the War Profiteers http://iraqforsale.org/

    Defending Defense is a joint project between @AEI, @ForeignPolicyI, and @Heritage to promote support for continuing strong American defense spending https://twitter.com/#!/DefendDefense/following


    Deficit with GDP and GDP Percentages FY1996-FY2011
    http://bit.ly/jnfQMr

    900 bases in 130+ countries
    most managed by KBR of Halliburton/Cheney fame

    Cost Of War http://costofwar.com/

    The U.S. spends more on Defense than the next 14 countries combined
    Defense Spending http://bit.ly/hNKDG6
    Wiki List of countries by military expenditures
    http://bit.ly/dRAFp9

    Military Spending http://bit.ly/fN6BfT

    Fixing the Deficit/Debt
    http://bit.ly/qzeKC0



    Total Revenues, Defense Spending, Percentage of Revenues
    ........Trillions........
    YEAR...REV..DEFENSE
    FY1980 0.517 \ 0.134 = 25.9% DEBT = $00.9302 TRILLION
    FY1981 0.599 \ 0.158 = 26.4% Carter Out, Reagan In
    FY1982 0.618 \ 0.185 = 29.9%
    FY1983 0.601 \ 0.210 = 34.9% Reagan raised taxes 12 times, and tripled the debt
    FY1984 0.666 \ 0.227 = 34.1%
    FY1985 0.734 \ 0.253 = 34.5%
    FY1986 0.769 \ 0.273 = 35.9%
    FY1987 0.854 \ 0.282 = 33.0%
    FY1988 0.909 \ 0.290 = 31.9%
    FY1989 0.991 \ 0.304 = 30.7% Reagan Out, Bush 41 In
    FY1990 1.032 \ 0.299 = 29.0% DEBT = $03.2330 TRILLION
    FY1991 1.055 \ 0.273 = 25.9%
    FY1992 1.091 \ 0.298 = 27.3%
    FY1993 1.154 \ 0.291 = 25.2% Bush 41 Out, Clinton In
    FY1994 1.259 \ 0.282 = 22.4%
    FY1995 1.352 \ 0.272 = 20.1%
    FY1996 1.453 \ 0.266 = 18.3%
    FY1997 1.579 \ 0.271 = 17.2%
    Revenues Spending Deficit Debt GDP Percentages http://bit.ly/jnfQMr

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