One of the most popular propaganda generators is OOA / "Opposite of America" Facebook page, created by US Uncut, which is probably another George Soros funded front group. (Not disimilar to ThinkProgress, MoveOn, OccupyDemocrats, or many other sites that exist to misrepresent truth for the sake of an agenda). Despite claims that they're "grass roots", all the groups they associate with have ties back to Soros organizations ( Black Lives Matters, Occupy, etc), and they all, got funding directly or indirectly from the same places -- and have all claimed to be "grass roots", only to be discovered as astroturf (fake grass roots organizations, sponsored by activist organizations).
If you read the fine print, they admit the quotes are made-up, "it’s not too different than the Onion. We aren’t trying to fool anyone and we don’t use fake quotes on anything else". Oh, other than the actual key meme's they propagate? Which actively deceives the gullible that don't know better?! But worse than that, is the facts/implications behind the meme's are even more misleading or flat-out falsehoods and lies than the quotes themselves.
RARE and others have been debunking them as fast as they can, but it's hard to keep ahead of bullshit:
Walmart is a low income and low margin businesses (across all of America). Costco is "Walmart for the Wealthy" in select areas, and thus brings in more revenue per worker (3x as much), keeps more of it for themselves, even with higher worker salaries. The real choice is whether you want workers to have jobs at Walmart or be on unemployment.
Actually, the U.S. spends more on education than on the military, it just doesn't do it at the federal level (most is at State and Local). The U.S. spends more per student than the average Cuban income, and Cuba spends so little on the military, because they're a small Island that got military subsidies from USSR and Venezuela.
That homeowner is as clueless as the people that believe that quote. Solar energy only generated 3% of Germany’s entire energy supply – and between 3-10% of their electricity, not 50%. -- and they have some of the most expensive power in the world because of those subsidies
They have a lower debt than we do (28% of GDP, where we hover in the 100% range). They have a lower corporate tax rate than the U.S. does too, so perhaps that's the cause of the lower debt? They do have a surcharge on oil/energy that makes that ONE tax as much as 78%: which is why gas costs $10/gallon over there. And they collect a lot more of their tax revenue from VAT tax than from oil or corporations, so taxing oil profits isn't why they have a low debt ratio. Their social programs are capped based on supply-capping (what goes it is based on how much income they bring in from taxes), while ours are based on demand. Perhaps we should look at doing that?