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November 18, 2009

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Joe

I find it interesting that Obama would be so concerned over public debt when he initiated billions of dollars in bailouts to the big corporations that needed them. Where is the loan money coming from? Aren't we just borrowing it from the future to feed the present?

ed hardy

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Christine Ngo

Hi Joe,

Did you forget the the first round of the stimulus package was largely misused by the Bush Administration? The stimulus was necessary given the scale of the last recession; although, you were right- we did borrow it against our future. I expect income tax will soon be raised.

I thought of your comment regarding government spending, public debt and borrowing against the future in a different aspect today as the news reported that president Obama will soon add more troops to Afghanistan. Admittedly, I am disappointed. The U.S. involvement in the Middle East has been largely failed and I fear we will not be able to correct the situation by adding more troops to the region. The scale of this eight years war is almost incomparable to the stimulus package.

I hope you're well.

Christine

impotenta

@joe: i think you're right. The idea was brought also here in Romania by an political analyst.

faithevans

I thought of your comment regarding government spending, public debt and borrowing against the future in a different aspect today as the news reported that president Obama will soon add more troops to Afghanistan. Admittedly, I am disappointed.


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