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Debt load increased by Kirpatrick’s voting – Eastern Arizona Courier

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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Debt load increased by Kirpatrick's votingEastern Arizona CourierIn less than two years, Obama and an overwhelming Democrat-led Congress has added $3.4 trillion to the national debt, or $10000 to each person in the United ...and more »

Straw Men On The Other Side – Canada Free Press

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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Straw Men On The Other SideCanada Free PressThere can be little doubt that the election this year will be a referendum on public rejection of Obama's socialist ...and more »

[Videos] 60 Minutes: (a) Anger in the Heartland (b) Deficits: Taxing the Rich – International Business Times

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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[Videos] 60 Minutes: (a) Anger in the Heartland (b) Deficits: Taxing the RichInternational Business TimesBut with our national debt in the trillions, budget experts will tell you that just taxing the rich isn't enough. This article is contributed b...

A fresher look to the future – Gulf Daily News

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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A fresher look to the futureGulf Daily NewsHe thinks the country should transfer national debt from the state to the individual and cut back on government spending at a time when any reduction will ...

In a jam – Fund Strategy

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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In a jamFund StrategyThe CBO has mapped out estimates of national debt, escalating from $12278 trillion in 2010 to $22278 trillion in 2020. ...and more »

US midterm poll a tough referendum on Obama – Irish Times

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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Irish TimesUS midterm poll a tough referendum on ObamaIrish TimesRepublicans often confuse the annual budget deficit with the total national debt, and no one calls them on it. Republicans and Tea Partiers constantly ...and more »

Bigger than Beck’s: Stewart’s rally eclipses Fox News pundit’s effort – Independent

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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Bigger than Beck's: Stewart's rally eclipses Fox News pundit's effortIndependentReality, unemployed, social security, rising national debt, currency value falling.. OK I'll be kind, I wont mention them again. ...and more »

Democrats count the cost of stimulus package the public never noticed – Independent

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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Democrats count the cost of stimulus package the public never noticedIndependentAlthough left-wing economists argued immediately that the size of the stimulus was too small, Republicans pointed to the growing national debt – today ...and more &r...

Deal or punt decision on Bush tax cuts is Obama’s – KPIC

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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KPICDeal or punt decision on Bush tax cuts is Obama'sKPICMaking all the tax cuts permanent would add about $3.9 trillion to the national debt over the next decade. Obama's plan to make the wealthy pay more would ...

After The Fall – Swans

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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After The FallSwansIt must soon default on its national debt sending its fiat currency into hyperinflation. The numbers don't add up to anything other than toilet paper. ...and more »

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Sep 12, 2019: $22,557,781,101,458
In 10.6 yrs Increased: $11,930,904,052,545
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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