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Three Headlines Obama Doesn't Want You To See

Bill2411 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 11:43 AM
You missed Headline #4 and where Republicans ALWAYS seem to miss it. $16 Trillion is so big that no person can relate to it. Republicans MUST connect the number to the average person. $16 TRILLION means over $50,000 in debt for every American man, woman, and child. That equates to 2 new cars, or a down payment on a fairly nice middle class home. Republicans seem to ALWAYS struggle with connecting the dots to how things hurt the everyday person.
Bill2411 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 11:45 AM
Almost forgot, that $50K would also pay for the average college education. So for you college grads wanting to work you get a TRIPLE whammy! Roughly $50K in college debt, another $50K in U.S. Debt, and no job to pay anything back!

For those on the left who just say "print more money" someone needs to explain to them that if you print more money, you make you reduce its buying power and the cost of goods and services goes up EVERYWHERE! You WILL still pay, it will just be hidden from you by printing money.
Bill2411 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 11:44 AM
For those on the left who just say "print more money" someone needs to explain to them that if you print more money, you make you reduce its buying power and the cost of goods and services goes up EVERYWHERE! You WILL still pay, it will just be hidden from you by printing money.

In addition to yesterday's disappointing economic news and the towering national debt, other elements of American life are also deteriorating under this president.  Three quick examples, without further commentary:


(1) "Welfare Spending Jumps 32 Percent in Four Years:"
 

Welfare spending has grown substantially over the past four years, reaching $746 billion in 2011 — or more than Social Security, basic defense spending or any other single chunk of the federal government — according to a new memo by the Congressional Research Service. The steady rise in welfare spending, which covers more...