Thursday, March 18, 2010

Inflation and Depression -- How Can It End Any Other Way?

Facts About The Deficit

Take a quick peek at these 14 quick facts about the deficit. If you see another way this can end, please tell me. I'm very interested. Recovery? HA! They didn't get where they are by being stupid. So, when they say it, it is a straight up lie. A complete, total, bald-faced lie.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Depressing. Unfortunately, too many Americans don't give a rat's ass about the debt. I think it's a hopeless situation, mainly because the political calculus isn't where it needs to be to change the situation. Politicians only care about getting reelected and citizens don't understand the ramifications of overspending. That's a recipe for disaster. The only way things will change in this perverted sitution of spending more than we take in is for a full-blown crisis to erupt, and by then it might be too late....

Sharon Secor said...

Hey there! Thanks for taking the time to comment. After I read the Time piece (see the post below), to be quite honest, I don't necessarily think crisis/crash will be a fully negative thing. Difficult, harsh -- yes. But, I also see it as having potential to sweep away the obstacles in our collective path to a better, more sustainable way of life that respects liberty and the right of the individual to direct his or her own life via voluntary association and non-coersive social organization.

Best Regards...