The US is Choking on Debt
There is a marked difference between economic growth and debt-induced demand. Instead of letting the market take its medicine and enter recession in 2001, the powers that be injected fiscal and monetary drugs to dull the pain and induce stock gains.
Yeah, and I say... so what? We're still alive and kicking. That's all that matters. Money isn't important. Who gives a shit about debt.
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But check out this chart. The national debt has risen under republican presidents, not democratic presidents....not like it matters much.
Now tell me why democrats are bigger spenders than republicans? Just for the sake of argument...
"Yeah, and I sayâ€¦ so what? Weâ€™re still alive and kicking. Thatâ€™s all that matters. Money isnâ€™t important. Who gives a shit about debt."ReplyDelete
When you have to start giving up the things that you like because you can't afford them anymore, maybe you'll realize that economics is a little more complicated than asking if you're still alive or not.
It's bigger picture economics.ReplyDelete
I just about shit my pants.ReplyDelete
I read Emps reply before I read the actual post and was like
WTF is he talking about "So What" did he get a hard bump on the head?