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More Lol: US Debt about to hit USD $18 trillion
#1
So, I was bored and took a look at this:
http://www.brillig.com/debt_clock/

And it said ~$17,999,260,000,000

So I did some math, based on this data:
http://www.bankruptingamerica.org/how-mu...IPcGzHF_X4

And concluded, that in ~8 hours, the US Debt will hit a ROFL-worthy $18 trillion.

So at ~7:45 AM EST, ~12:45 GMT the gov't has [s]wasted[/s] spent so much money, that if it was divided among each US citizen, everyone would owe $56,328.26.

lolol.

Some more #fail statistics:
The National Debt has continued to increase an average of $2.42 billion per day since September 30, 2012.
(http://www.brillig.com/debt_clock/)
U.S. Debt Increases $48,994 Per Second.
(http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2011/12/...ok-office/)

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#2
lolol, congress is always lolol.

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(12-07-201401:49 PM)dbd Wrote: lolol, congress is always lolol.

Does the American Congress get anything done? Big Grin
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(12-07-201404:37 PM)yangc9635 Wrote:
(12-07-201401:49 PM)dbd Wrote: lolol, congress is always lolol.

Does the American Congress get anything done? Big Grin

Yes, actually. They spend their entire terms getting ready to campaign for the next election.

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Pretty much
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"It is pretty simple. You don’t need reading this report to understand that, all you have to do is to look at Washington D.C. These massive corporations like the automobile companies, like these financial institutions, like Citigroup; they have become so powerful in this country because of this uneven playing field that they get to play on. With these profits they can go to Washington DC and fund politicians. So the politicians being on the right or on the left, Democrat or Republican, will go before the cameras and tell the people “We are working on your behalf.” But in reality we find them working on behalf of their special interests. And you see the results: these corporations do not pay their share of the tax burden. Their workers, like I said earlier, are becoming fewer and fewer. The workers are the ones who get to end up shouldering the tax burden. And it is provable. Just by reading a report like this, these corporations are not paying taxes in a lot of cases. If we try that, if the middle class tries that, we would be thrown in jail."-independent journalist Charlie McGrath, Russia Today
See full article here: http://rt.com/op-edge/207627-ceo-corpora...overnment/
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