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Farm subsidies constitute the nation’s largest corporate welfare program, the purpose of which is to shift the costs of agricultural risk to taxpayers.
The American Dream is first and foremost about hard work and the opportunities created by a free economy.
History has shown that bailouts and government ownership of enterprise harms economic growth, pushes off private investment and leaves taxpayers with outsized debts to pay.
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