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Why aren't people concerned that Obama has added over $5 trillion to our debt so far?


Are these numbers so big as to be meaningless and people can't grasp that figure or are so many people out of a job that they have to deal with their personal situation first.?

 

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    Cassie Smith 4 years ago

    Thanks Landmark for your excellent answer. It explains the situation to a lot of people.


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    The Frog Prince 4 years ago

    Actually it is a valid question so why don't you tell us why you don't seem to be concerned about him adding working on $6 trillion to our national debt? I didn't read the name Romney in the question or are you that partisan?


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    Attikos 4 years ago

    That's "demwit," not dimwit. Some are quite bright, but for the politics.


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    The Frog Prince 4 years ago

    All one has to do is study this clock Larry. People fail to pay attention to the unfunded liabilities. That's the part that is owed and is covered with IOU's.

    http://www.usdebtclock.org/


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