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Subject: Re: 2013 health insurance increase Date: 11/24/2012 2:55 PM
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We'll just keep borrowing ever exponentially growing amounts of debt. Total debt load doubling every 10 years between state/federal/corporate and private debt. Now at 60 trillion, will be 120 trillion by 2020 ...and in another 10 years will be 240 trillion......or 15 times GDP.....which won't happen. That would require every dollar of income go to just paying the interest on the debt.......

But heck, let alstro whine for more subsidies and freebies. Let's extend the bankrupt entitlement programs even futher. Put more and more on food stamps and SS disability. After all, Obama has lots of Obama bucks he's borrowing from your kids, grandkids......





Deficits don't matter.

-The GOP
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