Will Mitt Romney Address the Looming Debt Storm?

atomikmom 2012/08/28 03:11:57
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Will Mitt Romney Address the Looming Debt Storm?


Isaac plans to barge in the Republican National Convention as an
uninvited guest. He’s not likely to be much worse than some heavy
thunderstorms and heavy winds, but he will be seen and heard. The
convention delegates, alternates, guests and media personnel will try to
forget that Isaac is there as they get a heavily concentrated dose of
“republicanism” from the various speakers and videos that they will be
showing. These speakers and videos will highlight Obama’s atrocities and
make the case for a Romney presidency and get everybody fired up. While
the storm wages outside, those inside will be oblivious in a temporary
state of euphoria as they crown Romney their king.

But what about those other storms that the politicians’ teleprompters
and speechwriters rarely bring up? We have a debt crisis that has been
looming for decades that will only end in disaster if we don’t change
course drastically. I’m not just talking about the $16 trillion national
debt, which is bad enough, increasing at $41,000 every second.

Did you know that over the next 10 years, Congress will have to shell out over $6 trillion just to pay the interest on
the national debt? Did you know that in the year 2000, the amount the
federal government owed in entitlements (Medicare, Medicaid, and Social
Security) was over $20 trillion, and today it’s over $70 trillion, maybe
even as high as $120 trillion? These numbers are unfathomable.

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  • JimGGeorge 2012/09/27 22:00:31
    When looking at a company would Mitt only look at its debt and ignore its assets? What are the Federal assets we are leaving our children? I suspect they are 10 times the debt. If I leave my kids $1 million in debt and $10 million in land, buildings, and other assets they will be happy.
  • James 2012/08/31 21:46:46
    Romney will be another status quo President....if he gets re-elected anyway....

    romney kerry
  • Bob DiN 2012/08/28 09:05:06
    Bob DiN
    Yes. Romney's experience wii serve him well as President.
  • Dr. John 2012/08/28 06:29:58
    Dr. John
    The only way he will address the Looming Debt Storm is something like this: "The looming debt storm? Yes we have a looming debt storm. I'll look into that, right after we get out of Afghanistan. Maby. Thank you for your time. Good by. Have a nice day."
  • diane RN 2012/08/28 04:31:59
    diane RN
    He has been addressing this throughout his whole campaign....
  • Rust 2012/08/28 03:58:00
  • rdmatheny 2012/08/28 03:42:48
    Here's why:

    Only one candidate addresses the debt problem.
  • Theresa 2012/08/28 03:34:18
    It depends on many factors But my feeling is NO.
  • James Theresa 2012/08/31 21:48:12
    I'm with you on that too.
  • atomikmom 2012/08/28 03:12:58
    That, i don't know!!! what about y'all?
  • James atomikmom 2012/08/31 21:48:52
    Nope! Another status quo POTUS. Only this time he will cater to those who are better off in this country.
  • Theresa James 2012/09/01 00:20:11
    No that is the Usurper who did that!
  • James Theresa 2012/09/04 01:58:40
    I beg to differ. It all went down hill beginning with this guy....

  • Theresa James 2012/09/04 02:01:58
    Actually It is Wilson who gave us the IRS and Federal Reserve! Plus took away States ability to send an ambassador to the Senate.
  • James Theresa 2012/09/05 13:56:52
    How does that compare to LBJ's "great society" and every president since following in his footsteps in some respect? Wilson was bad but we have always had income taxes in some way, shape, or form (especially during and after the Civil War). As far as the Federal Reserve is concerned, anyone in office at the time could have been conned by Goldman "Suchs" to implement such a thing. You have the likes of Andrew Jackson who was rolling in his grave when word got out about this.
  • Theresa James 2012/09/05 16:48:09
    I think you misunderstand that the IRS is so different than previous taxation forms. You do understand that the Federal Reserve creates money then charges interest on it's use? Also the IRS is not under the US gov't control it is under the IMF which is controlled by the Federal Reserve. Anyway the IRS was established to collect money to pay off the debt to the Federal Reserve. Not one penny goes for running of the Country or the Federal bureaucracy!
  • James Theresa 2012/09/06 02:23:13
  • Theresa James 2012/09/06 03:37:40
    Oh is worse than that. The IMF controls most of the Law Enforcement agencies too. So that is why none of the Fraud cases with the Federal Reserve ever reach the public!

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