#1


Soon we will see the debt disappear into an asymptote.

The American currency will be worth less than the paper it is printed on.

Any thoughts?
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#4
Bleh...

Dumbass Bush decided to give like 2M+ or something in 'relief' to another Disaster-Stricken country.
Not saying that those people don't need help, but I think he's trying to give people the finger because he knows he's set for life, and his Term is near up.
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#5
Book me on a flight to new york.
I'm going shopping.


(ok thats quite unrealistic, i'll only earn £240 this holiday season)
I've been bugging my dad to get us a holiday home out in america though (pleas have been unsuccesful so far, due to money issues)

Aside from weird credit situations with banks and whatnots, average European people who buy things over the internet will benefit most greatly.

But I don't know how that will affect you americans.
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#6
I think once I'm on my own, I'm either going back to the UK or Finland.
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#7
I find it funny that during the Clinton years, the debt was starting to level out and stabilize. Then as Bush took office, it went up at unprecedented rates. Thanks Bush.
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#8
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I find it funny that during the Clinton years, the debt was starting to level out and stabilize. Then as Bush took office, it went up at unprecedented rates. Thanks Bush.


thank him for spending $3T your country doesn't have on Iraq
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