Skip to comments.National Debt Has Risen $5 Trillion Since The Senate Last Passed A Budget in 2009
Posted on 03/12/2013 10:43:35 AM PDT by lbryce
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The sickest,most dangerous thing of them all, besides the financial disciplinarian that is taking up space in the White House, is that we have become utterly, totally, egregiously inured to what's happening but that's all going to change when the Obama eventually hits the fan and not that far enough away from the can that's been being kicked down the road for so long that we can't see it anymore.
Or in other words, our point of view but especially our view is going to change dramatically, when, until now we've been looking horrifically down (into the abyss of probabilities) things will take on a decidedly different perspective as we'll be trying but won't be able to look back up to the lofty perch we once took up because we'll all be free-falling down into the bottomless pit (I apologize profusely for any revolting, repulsive thoughts I may create by saying this but someone has got to try to get the image of what we're in for across to everyone) horribly reminiscent of those poor, pitiful souls jumping off, falling from the World Trade Center that horrific day.
You think most voters think they will pay a dime of this Debt?
Until the GOP can retake the Senate, there will be no budgets passed. Period.............
No budget, no budget restraint, so its nothing but spend, spend, spend! Our grandchildren are doomed.
You’re right, they don’t think so.
They’re mostly wrong though. The dollar will devalue by about 80% sometime in the next few years when it loses reserve status.
When that happens dollar-savers and those on fixed dollar income will be paying the debt. A lot of voters will be in that group.
For most of these years these budgets passed right through a Republican House of Representatives.
Gross fiscal mismanagment, all imtended by the “one” who’s sole destiny is to bring down the great blue eyed satan with any means possible.
The very reason they have not passed a budget. Nothing to be held to. No accountability.
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