I would say financial institutions. While the majority of welfare recipients are on it for less than a year (and when they're not on it they've been paying into so they aren't really taking "other people's money"), financial institutions were designed from their inception to manipulate and exploit the economy while giving nothing back. a lot of people claim that when financial institutions make more money, investment goes up, but there's no evidence for that so we might as well nationalize the financial institutions because the profit motive isn't making their activities better for all of us. You know the saying "the problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money? Well first of all "socialism" is a system where WORKERS control the means of production but of course these morons couldn't tell the difference and second, as we learned in 2008, eventually running out of other people's money isn't a problem exclusive to "socialism".
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