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Enslaving Debt Sours to Almost $20 Trillion

Monday, March 6, 2017 22:22
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< ![CDATA[Within 40 days our national debt is likely to be $20 trillion; four of which is from eight years of George W. Bush and ten from eight years of Barack Obama—the two biggest spending presidents in U.S. History. Obama alone accumulated more debt than all previous presidents put together. See details at www.LibertyUnderFire.org. Still, with all the sophisticated “doublespeak,” as for example quantitative easement, it means that we will print whatever money we need to purchase whatever we wish. Neither party is serious about stopping the debt and removing the bondage that we are imposing upon our children and grandchildren. In last Fall’s presidential election the Democrats proposed “free” college. Donald Trump’s proposed trillion-dollar infrastructure program, shared with us in his first address to Congress, does not appear to suggest a change. Who cares if our debt of dollar bills stacked upon one another can go to the moon and back three times and almost to the moon again, so long as the government fills our stomachs and, in the case of Obama, buys our cell phones? Meanwhile, it reduces the value of the money that you have in your pocket. Those on fixed incomes are robbed as surely as if a thief had lifted their wallet or purse.]]>



Source: http://libertyunderfire.org/2017/03/enslaving-debt-sours-to-almost-20-trillion/

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