Who owns our debt, the infograph.

I find it awkward that cutting taxes is attributed to acquiring debt but I guess that is the history of taxes and I will add it to the we can’t afford tax cuts.  I was surprised at how much we own of our own debt and how little China owns.

 

Source: http://www.boston.com/news/politics/articles/2011/07/31/the_debt_crisis/

h/t @Jimbinder

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  • me myself i

    So the cost of wars in iraq and afghan all get credited to george bush, even though obama said he was going to end them and didn’t?

    Well if the war stuff is all going to go on the account of republican presidents, then where is the entitlement spending going to go? Is it all going to be allocated to the democrats that enacted them? Oh, you don’t see it that way, eh?

    One only has to know that the new york times had a hand in this graph.

    Of course they think that to be president, you only need one citizen parent, you don’t need to show a hospital generated birth cetificate, only an abstract that has been slapped together by your buddies (and which experts are litterally coming out of the woodwork to call a forgery, and you don’t even have to use your real social security number. You can use a fake one that you took off a dead person.

    And there’s no need to explain why he was only at Columbia university for nine months, according to columbia’s records.

    And we certainly don’t need to mention that he “voluntarily surrendered” his law license after he was accused of fraud (right during the middle of his presidential campaign.)

    Enough?

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  1. me myself i says:

    So the cost of wars in iraq and afghan all get credited to george bush, even though obama said he was going to end them and didn’t?

    Well if the war stuff is all going to go on the account of republican presidents, then where is the entitlement spending going to go? Is it all going to be allocated to the democrats that enacted them? Oh, you don’t see it that way, eh?

    One only has to know that the new york times had a hand in this graph.

    Of course they think that to be president, you only need one citizen parent, you don’t need to show a hospital generated birth cetificate, only an abstract that has been slapped together by your buddies (and which experts are litterally coming out of the woodwork to call a forgery, and you don’t even have to use your real social security number. You can use a fake one that you took off a dead person.

    And there’s no need to explain why he was only at Columbia university for nine months, according to columbia’s records.

    And we certainly don’t need to mention that he “voluntarily surrendered” his law license after he was accused of fraud (right during the middle of his presidential campaign.)

    Enough?

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