Insane Government Math: Does the US Money Supply Actually Match the Amount of the Federal Deficit?

18 Jun

6.16.2010 Updated by Chase Kyla Hunter

Where is Ross Perot when you need him?

There is only 10.9 trillion dollars total  in circulation in the entire money supply of the United States of America. The federal debt is now approaching 23.5 trillion. These numbers do not add up.

Now that the Obama White House’s Obamacare has been passed, the national debt will soar to 23.5 trillion dollars at least, in the next 34 to 8 years. It took the first 154 years of the existence of America as a nation to spend that same amount of money. Only an impeachment and a massive replacement of all D.C. incumbents will avert a national financial calamity from which there is no recovery. As the oil roars up out of the ocean floor in the gulf, the FED reserve gushes debt, both disasters of biblical proportions. Impeach Barack Obama before it is too late.

Barack Obama has spent more money in 2 years than has been spent in the last 154 years.

Barack Obama has never owned, run or operated a business one single day in his entire life. We have never had a more clueless spendthrift as a commander in Chief.

Obamacare legislation also has a hidden clause written into it mandating a “national healthcare identification number”  for every American. This is the last nail they want to drive into your coffin which will lead to mandatory human RFID chipping. RFID chips cause cancer, tumors, boils and they can be lost in the body and never retrieved. They are death chips. RFID chips are the Mark of the Beast prophesied in the Book of Revelations.

If Barack Obama is not stopped, he will destroy what is left of this nation. Impeach Barack Obama, while we still can. This is what we must do to save this country. Share this with everyone you know. Contact your representatives and let them know how you feel. Speak out. We have little time left.

Chase Kyla Hunter

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2 Responses to “Insane Government Math: Does the US Money Supply Actually Match the Amount of the Federal Deficit?”

  1. donnieshortpants 06/18/2010 at 4:30 am #

    Kierkegaard’s clown and fiscal responsibility Edit this entry

    Posted on October 24, 2009 by donnieshortpants

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    The philosopher Soren Kierkegaard wrote a parable about a fire breaking out backstage in a theater. The Clown came out to inform the public. They thought it was just a joke and applauded. He repeated his warning and they just laughed and clapped louder. The point of the parable is that the greatest of disasters often occur amid public laughter and applause. Why? Because public perception of what is being warned of is frequently dismissed due to the public’s opinion of the messenger. Kierkegaard was talking about the disaster of those losing eternity when they fail to heed the warning about the salvation of their immortal soul. The Clown parable however, is applicable to every kind of human disaster. Today our nation has a deficit of 1.4 trillion dollars. These deficits are projected to grow exponentially over the next few years. Our Currency is losing its value daily. The price of Gold is soaring along with the price of other commodities. Foreign nations who hold our Bonds and are financing our reckless debt are threatening to end their support. Without a strong Currency and someone to finance this debt, we could be faced with the kind of Hyper Inflation that brought down the Wiemar Republic in 1932. Many who warn of this are looked upon as was Kierkegaard’s Clown. Too many of our elected representatives are caught up in grandiose schemes that require these huge deficits. We need to get back to principles of fiscal responsibility before a greater disaster than we have ever experienced takes place amid public applause and laughter.

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