Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
$100B here and $100B there and pretty soon you're talking about over 1% of the deficit.
You're too kind Tam: they're not borrowing from us, they're forcibly taking it from us. just not yet. next year, and forever after. At gunpoint.TCLeatherneck
Totals so far- $10.5 trillion committed, $2.6 TRILLION ( that's 2,600 billion)already paid out. That's right, the national debt just went up 20% in 60 days.I wonder if the Govt had just cancelled all taxes for a year?And meanwhile, the Treasury department is telling people who want an independent audit ( none since the 1950s) of the US gold reserves that there hasn't been any "meddling" with the gold in Fort Knox- you know, secret, undisclosed, unauthorised sales to keep the price down, things like that, that they haven't told anyone about- " since 1999"
I think I'm going to go hide under the covers and giggle for a while. I may not come out for a while.
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