. . . parts that are eagle to congenitally made parts . . .
Let me guess, you're using voice recognition software?
Of course that should all still be dwarfed by the social security budget, and in that, not just social security to elderly.
Actually, until very recently, the Social Security budget was running in the black and contributing to the ability of the US government to spend. Unfortunately, all of the Social Security surplus was invested, in accordance with the law, in US Treasury bonds, and those debts were not counted as part of the federal budget deficits. So the problem is not in the Social Security budget, per se, but in Congress having already spent all of the Social Security surpluses of the past.
Actual election results come in a lot faster now than they did in the '50s.
What a lot of attempts could do is drain the budget of the TSA and of airlines: overwhelming the staff with hundreds or thousands of false positives over a day or a week would cost the TSA and the airlines many millions of dollars
And, yet, my company is involved in upgrades to a few (checked) baggage screening systems where one item of contention is the new EDS (Explosion Detection System) design criteria that have more than double the number of alarms requiring rifling throu - - I mean, requiring manual screening of the luggage. (This is a problem because it requires at least double the number of workers and workstations, and they won't really fit in the existing space available.)
Anyway, thousands of false positives a day is already par for the course in busy airports.
We only have permanent bases in countries that have welcomed us, with open arms, to build those facilities.
The Germans and Japanese certainly welcomed us with arms, but I wouldn't call the the welcome "open", more like "open fire".