I note that the number for the year 2000, was $20 trillion, meaning that the "Major Reported Long Term Fiscal Exposures has risen 147%, from $20 trillion to $50 trillion in the six short years since the election of GWB. I note that during that same short time period from 2000 to 2006 the "Ratio of Fiscal Exposures to Net Worth has risen from 49 percent to 95%.I note that during that same short time period from 2000 to 2006 that the "Burden" per person has risen from $70,000 to $170,000. I note that during that same short time period from 2000 to 2006 that the "Burden" per full time worker has risen from $190,000 to $440,000. I note that during that same short time period from 2000 to 2006 that the Median Household Income for U.S. families has risen a relatively paltry 10%, from $41,990 to $46,326.On page 11, I note that "Unified Surpluses and Deficits as a Share of GDP" was running at a surplus in 2000, and is now projected to run at a deficit of 20% of GDP or worse by 2035. Thank you for this installment of "Why Republicans Ain't Conservative"6
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