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Posted on 12/28/2010 3:56:19 PM PST by djf
We are less than one day away from the national debt crossing 14T
Of course, this is the debt that they admit to, not the unfunded liablities portions...
|The Gross National Debt|
Scariest site I have ever seen.
Why didn’t you tell us this was a hit piece? It’s the conservatives fault eh?
National debt clock...
14 trillion and counting like a gas pump in 2010...
Get out of CA as fast as possible....Oh wait...
Currently at $13,999,558,000,000.00 and rising by a million dollars every 20 seconds or so.
Will hit 14T before Wed morning.
Ya, ya, but since this 14 trillion isn't specifically about California debt, no one cares, and I predict this thread will be lucky to hit 60 posts..
It's no biggy...The government just needs to print more money and spend more to solve this little issue.
This is where I part ways w many freepers. We can’t afford our govt anymore and we have to discuss cutting all spebding across the board.
Why would you part ways in proposing across the board cuts? There's very likely at least 25% waste everywhere, not to mention the many completely useless/unnecessary departments/agencies that should either be eliminated and/or managed by the States.
What if we subtract all the money other countries owe us? Of course that’ll never happen. It would be interesting to see how much we are actually owed financially by the rest of the planet.
Well, how much stuff did we plain give away?
Look at all the electronics the Japanese made a mint on. Most were developed here. That means it was OUR R&D that went into them!
Look at all the agricultural things - the green revolution... I think alot of that work came out of Harvard.
Look at medicine.
We literally gave away enough tech to save half the world.
Anyways, I was wrong on my estimates, it’s going up faster than I thought.
We are about 14 minutes away from 14 TRILLION DOLLARS!!
About one minute from 14 Trillion dollar national debt...
Looks like my prediction in #7 was right on target...
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