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The National Debt Will Destroy The USA

Forget about solving the private credit crisis.   Forget about bailing out Wall Street. Don’t worry bout paying your own bills….the biggest bill we all face and a potentially unresolvable problem is the massive spending of the federal government….Good Ole Uncle Sam is broke folks and we’re all going down with him….

As of Sept. 30, 2009, the national debt was almost $12 trillion and interest on that debt was $383 billion for the year, according to the Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Public Debt. The Congressional Budget Office on Oct. 7 estimated the 2009 budget deficit to be almost $1.4 trillion (about 10% of GDP). In August, the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) estimated total government revenues at about $2 trillion. The revenue estimate included $904 billion from individual income taxes. This means the cost of interest on the debt represented more than 40 cents of every dollar that came in from individual income taxes.

In stark but simple terms, unless Americans are made aware of this financial crisis and demand accountability, the very fabric of our society will be destroyed. Interest rates and interest costs will soar and government revenues will be devoured by interest on the national debt. Eventually, most of what we spend on Social Security, Medicare, education, national defense and much more may have to come from new borrowing, if such funding can be obtained. Left unchecked, this destructive deficit-debt cycle will leave the White House and Congress with either having to default on the national debt or instruct the Treasury to run the printing presses into a policy of hyperinflation.

I know, let’s all just ignore this Big, Pesky Pink Elephant sitting in the living room and vote for a new health care program so we can spend more money we don’t have…..

One Comment

  • Jesse says:

    I agree right up to the last sentence. I think that healthcare is a necessity but we could certainly cut back in MANY other areas. Such as … oh, the war in Iraq.

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