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Ze' current economic situation

specific effects of the economic situation

Aline.com Barasebwa

on 13 June 2011

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The increase in spending will lead to a decrease in sanity of our nation lives In this time of economic disaster, the daily question asked is
What are the prospects for the economy? What's going on with the Federal Government
and our money? aka Where are my taxes going? Will they raise taxes? or better known as What's going on with this damn economy!? At this very moment, the economy of the
United States is bad... and at this rate is
only continuing to get worse. currently $4.985 $3.33 $2.649 $2.175 $1.232 $58.26 tril Out of over 195 countries our single nation of the United States accounts for almost an entire quarter of the world debt. so exactly what effect does this have on our daily lives? the inconsistencies of inflation make basic items like food sometimes unaffordable. today, the unemployment rate stands at 9.1%. 14.3% of Americans lie below the poverty line. that is 28,346,648 people without jobs and 44,544,733 people that are considered poor. not only money and its value but and the so be sure to observe, evaluate, educate and take action before our nation's pledge of allegiance is to our own debt "I pledge allegiance to the debt of the United States of America,
and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under stress,
slowly defacing, with high interest and inflation for all." citations: http://www.census.gov
http://www.google.com/imghp by aline b. & leah b. $ in trillions and becomes:
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