It's official. We're hosed. The National Debt Clock near Times Square has just run out of spaces to add more zeroes to its running count of our national debt, thanks to the one-two punch of the $700 billion Wall Street bailout and the $100 billion used to prop up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac before that. If you haven't already read our guide to gadgets to get you through the Next Great Depression, how to make your current gadgets weather the storm or abandoned all hope, now's a good time to start. [WKYC]
eck! doom and gloom, funny how the government tells us we should
better manage our financial well being + made it harder for regular
joes now to file bankrupty and yet here they are bailing out these big
greedy corporate companies that were peddling sub-prime loans and doing
risky financial dealings, Seriously the government need to start
practicing what they're preaching.
Costing us 10 billion a month keeping our military in operation on
the whole Irag shennagians, and government fleecing is still very much
alive with them paying $30-$50 bucks for a box of pencils that would
normally cost $5 dollars at your local store, and the most pathetic
thing is seeing our own GOVERNMENT borrowing money from other
countries/Allies so they can pay their bills here in the states.
I say a big Government Shake-Down is in order, get rid of everyone
in there and start over with a new way operating seriously, before we
become a Third-World country and CHINA ends up being the new