We have reached the tipping point.
I do not know about you but from this time last year I have experience hyper inflation to the tune of 4,311% according to my pay. The National Debt stands in only April at 12,738,868,201,111. The interest payment ( that I do believe we don't owe to the FED which is also part of the IMF ) stands at 1,898,411,0211,110. The GDP sits at 88.89511 and soon will go higher because the barrel of oil will soon hit $100.00. Assets per each American person is about 234,170. The Liability per citizen is 349,940. Each person in this good old USA in now 115,870 in the hole. We owe per person about 350,000 per every man woman and child. So my dear Fools. We have arrived. Just watching the show on Enron and how much the BUSH family was involved setting them up. Well as more of the country experiences my hyper inflation we will see how soon we will loose the AAA rating. That is a farce because how can a country the is Bankrupt have a AAA rating. Well this is a fine kettle of fish we are in. We went from the pot to the frying pan with this president that followed Bush. Oh they are both just the same. Buy food stocks and gold silver for the with in a year or less that it catches up with the rest of the people. This yertle the turtle is feeling a sneeze coming on soon. Another reason I like Ron Paul. I was never called UN American like I was by Bush and Oboma.
Well this just gets better and better.
http://www.rense.com/general62/oswald.htm http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8038 http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKoswald.htm http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0707/5129.html And thus we had price fixing on medical cost.
On this day in 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed into law Medicare, which provides low-cost hospitalization and medical insurance for the nation's elderly. The legislation remains an important legacy of LBJ’s
“Great Society” society initiative.
Thirty years earlier, Congress had shelved the first government-mandated health insurance proposal, put forward as a companion to the then-new Social Security program. Ten years after that, as World War II ended, President Harry Truman asked the lawmakers to create a national health insurance plan.
By the time
Truman prepared to leave office in early 1953, he had backed off from his original plan of universal coverage. The focus increasingly turned toward insuring Social Security beneficiaries. Nearly two decades of futile debate ensued, with conservative opponents, joined by the American Medical Association, repeatedly warning of the dangers of “socialized medicine.”
Oh how times have changed. Or did they?
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