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CommentsI cannot understand how the performance is that poor, because business could not get financed to produce the same results without failing
The curious thing that is related to your questioning the appropriation of a borrowed 50T USD dollars, and how the House of Lords (Lord Blackheath) is questioning the transfer of 150T from the US
Is this another process that will only produce 39T with an expenditure of 150T?
Posted by August Day on 12/03 at 10:18 PM | #
Thanks for an excellent article but I would like to add a significant multiplier to this threat to our national security and even our sovereignty, particularly at this critical moment in our Constitutional Republics history. I can think on no act of Treason that could be more damaging to our Republic and beneficial to our enemies than to have a President and Commander in Chief of our Military Forces than having a man of unknown allegiance, using a forged birth certificate and selective service registration card, using a Social Security number that was issued to someone else and his first executive order was to officially seal all of his authentic historical records, appoints a corrupt Attorney General and has a Senate full of Useful Idiots to protect him. May I also mention a House full of Treasonous Republican Cowards? Obama’s plan for the promised total transformation of the US is set for finalization in the very near future. The stage is set and time is short while they talk trivia.
To paraphrase Obama when he pointed out that our Constitution is a flawed document. It gives to much power to the people and prevents the government from doing what it knows is best for the people.
Posted by Robert Quinn on 12/02 at 08:33 AM | #
I always like to hear the same story of national security. The land mass of the US has never been invaded by an Army since 1812.
A majority of national security now is protecting the government from the people. The rest of these military adventures is protecting the profits of multinational corporations.
And the biggest question is, who exactly is this money owed to?
Government is a helpful servant, but a fearful master.
Posted by Thom Jefferson on 12/02 at 08:02 AM | #
National Debt Is Still the Biggest Threat to Our National Security
Posted by Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh on Nov 30, 2012 at 11:39 AM
Since 1971, U.S. borrowed $50 trillion to produce only $13 trillion of goods and services in a 40 year period
“An unlimited power to tax involves, necessarily a power to destroy, because there is a limit beyond which no institution and no property can bear taxation.” – John Marshall
Americans are in denial about the simple fact that our national debt is the biggest threat to our national security. National debt grew exponentially from Washington’s profligate deficit spending, recessions, and wars.More...
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