08-21 Politically Incorrect Daily

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Not even the slighest attempt is being made by either party to stop our already $33 trillion debt from growing by several trillion more every year. What NEVER seems to be mentioned by politicians or the media is just how much we pay annually in interest for this insane spending. It’s already about $475 billion annually. For reference, that is about triple what we’ve spent in the Ukraine war, 475 times what Biden gave in one-time payments to Hawaian residents, and about 100 times more than Trump requested for his “too expensive” border wall. And this amount is actually smaller than it could be since Trump refinanced much of the debt when interest rates were near zero. But since rates are now rocketing higher and there’s no realistic hope of ever paying down that debt, this is a ticking time bomb. When that bomb goes off, the only choice the government will have is to further devalue the dollar, following the models of Chavez’s Venezuela and Germany’s Weimar Republic. Make sure you own a good wheelbarrow to carry reams of cash for that loaf of bread. No worries, though, focus on what is important–you know, ORANGE MAN BAD!!!!

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Mortgage Rates Hit Highest Level Since 2000

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3 thoughts on “08-21 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. Two kinds of people read the Federalist papers those who don’t know real history or what’s going on today and come away with the Impression that this constitution is great, and it worked out fine.
    That assumes they have the educational level to understand the writing of the 18th century it can be very challenging

    The other group does know their real history and comes away with the realization that these guys were correct, and what they said would happen, has.

    Read Spooners book Constitution of no treason.

    You have to remember the Federalist papers were published in newspapers to convince the public to except the new constitution. The United States was formed under the articles of confederation, and the first president was John Hancock.

    That was all swept under the carpet, so that people would forget about the articles and we list George Washington as the first president, but he was the first president of the new constitution not of the United States.
    This fact in and of itself proves the new constitution was a takeover of an existing government.

    What should be read although just like reading the Federalist papers it’s like rearranging the deck chairs in the titanic, is the anti-federalist papers

    These are by Brutus, Cato, Federal Farmer, possibly others.
    It’s encouraging to see those pin names show up here from time to time.

    A Spectator

  2. Spectator I think you left a word out you meant to say what the writers of the federalist papers said would not happen has happened.

    A Traveler

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