- Employees (and especially executives) of banks/institutions that received TARP-style government bailouts
- Private government contractors (including mercenaries)
I'm sure there are other populations of "private" citizens who make off like bandits from government funds who also deserve to be targeted for this sort of thing.
It's the whole "poor people who desperately need help should be put through the ringer, but rich people should just take what they want from the community fund" attitude that bugs me. Don't get me wrong -- I'm about as anti-drug as it gets. But this seems to be little more than a ploy to restrict assistance to people who need it. Wouldn't it have been fun to see all of those senior banking executives lined up in front of a public restroom with their urine sample cups before getting those beefy TARP checks?
As anti-drug as I am, this isn't an answer to anything.