Thursday, May 27, 2010

Despite Soaring National Debt, Congress Goes on Spending Spree

Destroyed by design. If you don't see the writing on the wall here, and prepare, you're in a lot of trouble.

    Fox News -

    As the national debt clock ticked past the ignominious $13 trillion mark overnight, Congress pressed to pass a host of supplemental spending bills to, among other things, fund the continuing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, ramp up security on the U.S.-Mexico border and prevent teacher layoffs.

    Taken together, the Democratic-led U.S. Congress is trying to find a way to pass about $300 billion more in unfunded spending before Memorial Day -- a spending spree that rivals anything drunken sailors have been accused of.

    The debt-fueled spending would only add to the $13 trillion national debt, which breaks down to $42,000 for the average American.

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