Vouchers only for the faithful
Here's a question with a seemingly obvious answer: If I invite you to give $500 to a group , and then I pay you back the $500, whose money is really going to that group? Yours or mine? Most people would agree that it's mine and you're just a middleman conduit - a way to hide the true source of the funds.
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#1 Nov 16, 2010
Your example is not based on reality because, the government has no money. They only money that the government has is what they take from its citizens. A better illustration would be a thug robs you of two thousand dollars and then gives you back fifty bucks for the inconvenience. Who money is it really? The answer is obvious.
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