I'll check on that, but the tax info is messed up
This is the first I've heard of this USPS private corp deal. I'll have to look into that.
For now though, your information on budget seems a little off.
The budget was spent on the following things:
37% Social insecurity, Medicare, other retirement
20% Social programs
10% Physical, Human, and community development
24% National Defense, Veterans, and foreign affairs
2% Law enforcement and general government
7% Interest on the debt
Social security, Medicare, and other retirement: These programs provide income support for the retired and disabled and medical care for the elderly. (this is an entitlement)
Physical, human, and community development: These outlays were for agriculture; natural resources; environment; transportation; and community development; and space, energy, and general science programs, ( from this point on, everything is an entitlement) --> aid for elementary and secondary education and direct assistance to college students; job training; deposit insurance, commerce and housing credit.
(at least half of this is entitlements, the rest could be considered "corporate welfare", but it's things people want. Agricultural subsides make ethanol affordable. If they didn't spend money on alternative fuels, everyone would be mad, but that is corporate welfare, and everyones mad about that. So it's American stupidity. Make up your mind)
Social programs: About 14% of total outlays were for Medicaid, food stamps, temporary assistance for needy families, supplemental security income, and related programs; and the remaining outlays were for health research and public health programs, unemployment compensation, assisted housing, and social services.
(all of these are entitlements except health research and public health programs, which are corporate welfare. If they didn't give money to these big corporations "for health research" everyone would be mad, but since they do, everyone is mad about corporate welfare. Again, American stupidity, make up your mind)
So let's recap. 26% of the budget was spent on national security, law enforcement, general government, veterans, and foreign affairs. All of which are what government is supposed to do. While another 67% went to things that are not constitutionally supported spending, namely entitlements. Finely another 7% was spent on the debt incurred by borrowing money to pay for the other 67% of unconstitutional spending.
26% Government is constitutionally supposed to do
74% Government is not constitutionally supposed to do.
Now how much was corporate welfare compared to entitlements? It doesn't divide up by that, so we have to make some logical guesses.
There's only 2 spots for corporate welfare. Social programs, and "physical, human, and community devolopment".
Social programs states the 14% of it went to entitlements. That leave 6%, of which, half of the outlays where listed as entitlements like assisted housing and unemployment comp. So only about 3% could be corporate welfare. Then the other group, about half of their 10% of expenses, were entitlements. Since it isn't broken down, I will take a wild stab at about half of the funding was corporate welfare.
So we end up with:
26% Constitutional spending.
59% Unconstitutional entitlements
8% Unconstitutional corporate welfare
7% To pay for the above unconstitutional spending
Bottom line: There is corporate welfare, and it is not good. But Entitlements, unconstitutional government hand outs to citizens makes up far more of the budget and it's costing even more, because we have to borrow money to do it.