I'm going to diverge a little from the standard line of 'less defense more medical'. Although I believe the money should be allocated more smartly to the side of domestic infrastructure, I think the issues here are found within the division of funds within the budget. Regardless of what's said, the military is always going to need, and get, more funding, so we should at least see to it that the money goes to the right place within the military. The first issue I take is with the $600 million given to Israel. Though I support the existence of Israel as a state, and would hate to see it overrun, they don't need that much money straight out of our pockets. Surely Netanyahu can cut back his colonization programs some? Secondly, there's an awful lot dedicated to the procurement of weaponry that we don't particularly need. I'm looking in particular at the F-35. Finally, I am going to gripe about the rise in funds for one section, and that is GWOT. We've already got a lot of funding for that, and more than enough personnel on that.