Discussion in 'Political Zone' started by Jordan55, Mar 17, 2009.
Very interesting with no end in sight
The eye-popping national debt surpassed $11 trillion Monday, the largest in U.S. history.
The new Treasury Department figures on the national debt were released as the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office is expected to project that the annual budget deficit will be higher than previously estimated by the White House's Office of Management and Budget. The debt, which refers to the cumulative amount of money the government owes, hit $10.9 trillion on Friday.
Come on Jordan, your not giving the guy a chance...... He's only been in office less then 60 days......... All this mess he got left with from 8 years of Bush....... gotta break a few eggs....... Hope, Change you can trust......... He's the culmination of John Kennedy and Martin Luther King.......... You don't understand what's going on because you can't see the whole picture......... All you Ditto Heads think that everything can be solved with tax cuts............ Look at how many Republicans are taking Stimulus Aid.......... You need to stop listening to Rush and get out in the real world for a change..............
Did I miss anything?
Weren't we 8 trillion dollars in debt after Bush left?
I believes your right, so in less then 60 days the Messiah has added an additional 3 trillion dollars in debt, I don't feel any better off anyone else out there who does? Yet the worst is still to come, were talking an additional stimlus package and of course the Messiah's socialist agenda.
People voted for this clown and had no clue of what they voted for, interesting to watch the poll numbers as he buries us deeper.
Of course I still support him
I blame Bush, why not!:bang2:
No you pretty much covered it all, actually I'm a Mark Levin fan, but I am impressed on how the President has promoted Rush to the fore front and improved his ratings.