The House recently authorized a bipartisan $700 billion defense spending bill. Critics say our military budget is already too big, and we need to start prioritizing domestic spending on health care, education, and infrastructure. But supporters argue America's safety and military must come first. With threats like North Korea on the horizon, cutting defense is a risk we can't afford to take. What do you think?🎖️
Does the U.S. spend too much on the military?
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