Debt and what the government doesn't want you to know

J regia

Member
Never heard of him, Anthropology Prof? Died last month? Activist.
Either way Trump has still increased the DEBT to GDP ratio from 106% to 155%, and increased the budget deficit from $600 billion to over $4,250 billion, and increased each taxpayer's share of the national debt from $165,402 to $216,772.

But will he increase the DEBT to GDP ratio to 195% and increase the budget deficit to over $6,000 billion and increase each taxpayers share of the national debt to over $356,000?
 

ferengi

Active member
Either way Trump has still increased the DEBT to GDP ratio from 106% to 155%, and increased the budget deficit from $600 billion to over $4,250 billion, and increased each taxpayer's share of the national debt from $165,402 to $216,772.

But will he increase the DEBT to GDP ratio to 195% and increase the budget deficit to over $6,000 billion and increase each taxpayers share of the national debt to over $356,000?
Why didn't you complain about obummers spending? edit per mod
 

Furion

Member
Either way Trump has still increased the DEBT to GDP ratio from 106% to 155%, and increased the budget deficit from $600 billion to over $4,250 billion, and increased each taxpayer's share of the national debt from $165,402 to $216,772.

But will he increase the DEBT to GDP ratio to 195% and increase the budget deficit to over $6,000 billion and increase each taxpayers share of the national debt to over $356,000?
I read an anonymous source saying the green new Biden will add trillions to the national debt, thus increasing the national debt to 1,000,000,000,000 per household.

Vote for Trump, he is far less expensive than Joey.
 

Carol

Member
Either way Trump has still increased the DEBT to GDP ratio from 106% to 155%, and increased the budget deficit from $600 billion to over $4,250 billion, and increased each taxpayer's share of the national debt from $165,402 to $216,772.

But will he increase the DEBT to GDP ratio to 195% and increase the budget deficit to over $6,000 billion and increase each taxpayers share of the national debt to over $356,000?

It's the House that "holds the purse strings ".
 

Authentic Nouveau

Well-known member
Either way Trump has still increased the DEBT to GDP ratio from 106% to 155%, and increased the budget deficit from $600 billion to over $4,250 billion, and increased each taxpayer's share of the national debt from $165,402 to $216,772
Backwater minor Marxist enclaves can't wrap their midget economies around facts.

America is 24.8% of the planet's GDP. China and Aussie slackers combined do 2/3rds of US.
Aussistan is China's coal mine.
 

J regia

Member
I read an anonymous source saying the green new Biden will add trillions to the national debt, thus increasing the national debt to 1,000,000,000,000 per household.

Vote for Trump, he is far less expensive than Joey.
But why has trump increased the DEBT to GDP ratio from 106% to 154% instead of reducing it?
And why has he increased each taxpayer's share of the National Debt from $165,402 to $217,612 instead of reducing it?
And why has he increased the budget deficit from $600 billion to $4,266 billion instead of reducing it?


Tick Tock Tick Tock
 

J regia

Member
At least it doesn't cost us anything for our electricity anymore, and the solar electricity produced has already paid for our solar system which we bought two years ago.
 
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