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Republican Party: shame on you January 1, 2018

Posted by hslu in Congress, 美國, Debt and deficit, Politics, Taxes, Trump, 川普.
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When Republicans in the Congress gave the top 1%, Trump, Trump’s rich friends and corporate interests one of the largest tax cuts in the history at the expenses of the common people, they said nothing about the $1.5 trillion debt they have created in the process.

Now, with 2018 comes along, Republicans all the sudden flip sides and become fisical conservatives when it comes to the 2018 federal budgets.

What a bunch of hyprocrites!

Didn’t some general said that WWIII is coming a few weeks ago?

Hmmm, that means more money for the military to buy more guns, fighter jets, missiles and aircraft carriers.

And The Wall. The beautiful $40 billion Wall.

From this

To this:

Well, time to cut social security benefits, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps and education. Again.

Well, politicians are nothings but jokes no matter they come in red or blue. They are all liars.

Americans (voters) are so gullible and stupid that they keep sending these same red and blue flip-floppers back to Washington D.C. year after year while giving their kids and grandkids a bigger and bigger debt year after year.


This simple chart illustrates the frightening force driving the economy July 10, 2016

Posted by hslu in Economics, Global Affair, Gold.
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Grant Williams, the author of the widely-read financial publication “Things That Make You Go Hmmm” and co-founder of Real Vision Television, says we’re experiencing something “truly historic” in the global economy. In a new 40-minute video presentation called “Crazy,” Williams highlights the extraordinary levels of global debt and unprecedented monetary policy we’ve seen since the 2008 financial crisis. Following the 2008 financial crisis, central bankers unleashed ultra easy monetary policy.

US National Debt clock stopped working? August 16, 2013

Posted by hslu in Congress, Economics.
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The US national debt has remained the same since 5/28/2013 at $16.699396 trillion.

Hmmm… Who says that there is no hope to pay down the booming national debt?

The newly appointed treasury secretary has done it.

Here is the proof!

US National Debt remained the same since 5-28-2013














And this was how Mr. Jacob J. Lew put it in a letter to the Speaker of the House, The Honorable John A. Boehner:

“implementing the standard set of extraordinary measures that enable us, on a temporary basis, to protect the full faith and credit of the United
States by continuing to pay the nation’S bills.”

Source: http://www.treasury.gov/initiatives/Documents/Debt%20Limit%205-17-13%20Boehner.pdf

Good job!


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