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The 20 Most Devastating Stats of 2012 In Quotes

RMan3 Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 4:21 PM
All of these numbers show why so many people have been talking about secession lately. These people don't hate America. They are people who deeply love this country and are saddened by this rapid descent we're taking. The way we're going, it seems like secession is the only way to start over and get back to the founding principles of liberty and responsibility that made this country great. I'm so tired of the politicians who create a massive hole and think the answer is to just keep digging.
20) As baby boomers retire and health costs rise, this spending will mount. In 2010, there were 40 million Americans 65 and older. By 2020, that number is projected to be 55 million; by 2030, 72 million. -- Robert Samuelson

19) A college degree used to mean that a person would add on average $1 million to their income over their lifetime. Today a college degree only guarantees an average $300,000 in added income over a lifetime. -- Ron Meyer

18) J.P. Morgan estimates that American companies currently hold a cool $1.7 trillion in...