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Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
Pinguu
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Post: #31
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
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I dont care for it anymore...Too big an amount to allow to have consequences...

As long as they control the reality of what is important or not.....It will be allowed to go on..and on and on and on...

So forget about it and live for today....That is all we have.

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Post: #32
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
IS anyone worried bout the billion dollar retard ?

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Post: #33
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
The U.S. doesn't acknowledge the debt, do they?

If that's the case do they owe by law? You have to acknowledge the debt to owe it.
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Post: #34
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
worry about debt to god.
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Post: #35
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
In ten years time, the american empire will be no more.

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Post: #36
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
pie  Wrote: (03-20-2017 12:02 PM)
In ten years time, the american empire will be no more.

What do you think we will transition into?
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Post: #37
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-20-2017 07:15 AM)
yeah, me........and its all going to come to a screeching halt in the near future.

no it won't

it can go on for just about ever

it is along slow slide as they inflate the dollar

they will knock off little countries on the way to extend the ride

you will die long before the dollar does
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Post: #38
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
Fork 5G  Wrote: (03-20-2017 12:07 PM)
pie  Wrote: (03-20-2017 12:02 PM)
In ten years time, the american empire will be no more.

What do you think we will transition into?

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Post: #39
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
Fork 5G  Wrote: (03-20-2017 12:07 PM)
pie  Wrote: (03-20-2017 12:02 PM)
In ten years time, the american empire will be no more.

What do you think we will transition into?

ashes and dust
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Post: #40
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
Fork 5G  Wrote: (03-20-2017 12:07 PM)
pie  Wrote: (03-20-2017 12:02 PM)
In ten years time, the american empire will be no more.

What do you think we will transition into?

I think it's already begun.

Like many fallen great empires, it might go a little something like this ...
First, they will face inwards, trying to recover what is left.
Calling home troops, opting out of partnerships, treaties, etc

Then, the world will be forced to move on without those treaties and partnerships in place, and if there is one thing you can always count on from humanity ... humanity will not care about you if you are not useful.

My prediction for what happens next?
Someone will rattle the petrodollar ponzi scheme, and war will ensue.

US credibility is at an all time low thanks to the gorilla currently in charge.

Europe will more than likely play a passive role, but it won't have too many qualms going with whatever suits them best.
If the European market decides to buy oil in yuan, the US will implode, but certainly not without putting up one hell of a fight.

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Post: #41
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-20-2017 07:13 AM)
Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?

http://www.mytwintiers.com/news/is-anyon.../592201739

Yes, Trump is supposed to pay it off
U.S. government stole this money, and spent it in ways we don't know.
The money that flows in flows back out to foreign shores - which shores? what devilry is U.S. government funding?
Do I care? yes

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Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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Post: #42
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
I gave up worrying about it a long time ago.
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Post: #43
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
Debt matters. If debt is good, why doesn't the government print and borrow money to send monthly checks for $500,000 to every American?

The best case scenario to avoid the collapse of the US is if someone like Ron Paul is elected who ends the wars, welfare, the police state, and reduces the debt. Unlikely.

The fall of the USA might look like the end of the USSR where the government suddenly just quits, the US splits up, the debts are not paid, and the divided states form new countries.

Another possibility is that the US slowly looks more and more like Brazil and dies with more illegal immigrants, a stock market collapse, banks fail, unemployment soars, Social Security goes bankrupt, taxes rise, there are riots, more wars, more tyranny, and secession.

The worst case scenario is that the 1% goes insane, starts WWIII, and sends Americans to the gulags.

In any case, the US probably won't reach 2050 without collapsing.

http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2014/0...rtial-law/
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Post: #44
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
RON PAUL 2008
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now we all deal with it





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Post: #45
RE: Is anyone worried about America's $19 trillion debt?
pie  Wrote: (03-20-2017 12:02 PM)
In ten years time, the american empire will be no more.

I have a feeling your right on the mark......
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