Wednesday, June 9, 2010

I Was Just Doing A Little Math...


National Debt Crosses $13 Trillion Mark

But, that's only a small part of the story.

$7.7 Trillion Total Money Supply (Debt - all borrowed money)
$57.0 Trillion Total Combined Debt (National, Business and Personal)
$65.5 Trillion Unfunded Obligation (Soc. Sec., Medicare, Medicaid, etc.)
$23.7 Trillion TARP Bailouts (and you thought it was only $700 Billion)
$3.27 Trillion Stimulus
$2.0 Trillion The Federal Reserve Will Not Disclose
$1.0 Trillion Line of Credit to Greece
$0.275 Trillion Foreclosure Rescue (UPDATED)
$99.0 Trillion Unfunded Pensions and Health Care Liabilities

$259.445 TRILLION in DEBT

This says nothing about the $1.5 Quadrillion derivatives market.

There. Now YOU do the research and the math. It's worse than you are being told and the fix is easier than you can imagine. The FIX.


Monday, June 7, 2010

The Most Important Article This Year


Exactly what can be done about it: HERE


$1 Trillion


You could have spent $1 million dollars/day, since the birth of Christ, and not even be close to $1 Trillion.

The U.S. is over $200 Trillion in debt, by now.

Good luck with that.

That's A Good Question!