The point of this thread is to share reform ideas. Saying food stamps suck does not qualify as a reform idea. Suggesting the death penalty for abusing the food stamp program qualifies as entitlement reform, therefore it is better than just saying food stamps sucks.
Based upon common sense. It was a 5 or 6 year period that these 6 million Jews were supposedly killed, that would equate to several thousand being killed in these camps every single day. The numbers they talk about are absurd and most likely not even possible.
How did they round up so many people every day just to exterminate like that?
And why would they kill them all, when they could use all that human labour instead?
I read that in 1976 the International Red Cross in Switzerland analyzed German documents from ww2 and concluded that 376,000 Jews died in the war. I'm not sure how accurate this figure is, but it's certainly a long way off the 6 million figure that is so widely claimed.
What if the government proposed dividing the national debt into an equal amount for each US citizen? Each person could then pay off their apportioned share through taxes, and the national debt could be reset.
(Last I heard, if divided, each citizen would owe ~50k in the process, but over a lifetime the average person makes 20-25 times that.)