Saturday, July 2, 2016

Sadily I feel very sorry for our children.

Thomas Williams

I buying can-food and non perishable fruit and vegetable as much as I can now. To start storing them in a safe place when the economy crashes into a fatal hyperinflation. Because of all this Government spending that is running up a debt that will of course become the big calamity that we were afraid would happen, if we all keep living like this.
I feel so sorry for our children because they are the people who are going to be left holding our very ugly selfish Global economical bag, that will continue hurting them for the rest of their life.

National debt jumps nearly $100 billion in one day to record high

By Pete Kasperowicz (@PeteKDCNews) • 7/2/16 12:01 AM
The U.S. national debt is creeping up again, after holding steady for the last few months thanks to the annual flood of individual and corporate tax receipts.

Total government debt hit a record $19.38 trillion on Thursday, up nearly $98 billion from the day before. It's the first time it has ever exceeded $19.3 trillion.

The debt will soar higher still in the coming months, and is expected to approach $20 trillion by the time President Obama leaves office.

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