Skip to comments.Amid latest European bailout, warning signs in US debt figures (higher per capita debt than Greece)
Posted on 07/15/2012 4:36:22 AM PDT by Red in Blue PA
Based on official 2010 International Monetary Fund data released earlier this year, the U.S. debt per capita is $46,208.
Here's the same figure for the four European countries that have accepted bailouts.
If "intra-governmental holdings" are excluded, the U.S. debt per capita falls to $34,285 -- and slips below Greece and Ireland, but above that of Portugal and Spain.
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Stock up on guns and ammo because it will NOT be pretty when this eventuality does occur.
Collapsing the system is thier game.
THIS should be the focus of the RNC and Romney. DO not get distracted by everything else which is minor in comparison.
People understand how serious this is.....the 2010 election results were largely bc of debt.
It’s up to $64,000 the last I heard.
We obviously haven't poured enough money into fighting the debt crisis.
No, they don't.
They once used silver dollar coins to flip pre-game. Now, with obamanomics all they can afford is a dime.
I can remember when the ref would hand the flip voin to the captain of the team who wont he toss! ... Now, he doesn’t even hand him an IOU.
There’s no way we can get out of this without massive cuts.
Before long there won’t be enough money coming in to cover anything but the interest on the debt.
This isn’t by accident, this is by design.
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