11 thoughts on “Them damned Republicans have done it now!”

  1. Now Geroge let’s give the whole picture,

    Here some Scary Debt Stats from 2001 i’m sure the number are higher now

    $1.7 trillion -Total consumer credit.

    $8,562 – Credit card debt carried by the average American.

    $50 billion – Total finance charges Americans paid in 2001.

    $1.6 billion Market capitalization of AT&T — the entire corporation.

    78% Percent of U.S. households deemed “credit worthy” by the lending industry.

    1.3 million Number of credit card holders declaring bankruptcy last year.

    And of all those that are working how many are able to save any money?

    Those do gooders compasionate republicans cutting our taxes so we can pay our debt!

    ray

  2. Who is Bill? You mean the culture warrior?

    I got this figured george, if the republicans loose on tuesday. Is a good thing for Liberterians. You see the Democrats and Republicans will not agree on anything for the next two years so Nothing will get passed, that means goverment will not get any bigger, morallity will not be legislated and the economy will continue to boom. That will be a good thing

    Who knows by 2008 the republicans, will do some house cleaning, get all their gay man out of the closet and get back to being true conservatives nor more compassionate stuff.

    ray

  3. Here’s is the personal/income and savings stats
    from the same site above.

    Looks like this great economy is being financed by debt! What’s up with that?

    ————————————————
    Title: Personal Savings Rate
    Series ID: PSAVERT
    Source: U.S. Department of Commerce: Bureau of Economic Analysis
    Release: Personal Income and Outlays
    Seasonal Adjustment: Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate
    Frequency: Monthly
    Units: Percent
    Date Range: 1959-01-01 to 2006-09-01
    Last Updated: 2006-10-30 10:35 AM CT
    Notes: A Guide to the National Income and Product Accounts of the United
    States (NIPA) – (http://www.bea.gov/bea/an/nipaguid.pdf)

    DATE VALUE
    1990-01-01 6.6
    1990-02-01 7.3
    1990-03-01 7.0
    1990-04-01 7.3
    1990-05-01 7.2
    1990-06-01 7.1
    1990-07-01 7.2
    1990-08-01 6.7
    1990-09-01 6.7
    1990-10-01 6.6
    1990-11-01 6.7
    1990-12-01 7.3
    1991-01-01 7.9
    1991-02-01 7.5
    1991-03-01 6.6
    1991-04-01 7.1
    1991-05-01 6.9
    1991-06-01 7.4
    1991-07-01 6.8
    1991-08-01 7.0
    1991-09-01 7.2
    1991-10-01 7.5
    1991-11-01 7.3
    1991-12-01 7.9
    1992-01-01 7.4
    1992-02-01 7.9
    1992-03-01 7.9
    1992-04-01 8.0
    1992-05-01 7.9
    1992-06-01 7.8
    1992-07-01 7.5
    1992-08-01 7.6
    1992-09-01 6.9
    1992-10-01 7.1
    1992-11-01 7.0
    1992-12-01 9.4
    1993-01-01 5.8
    1993-02-01 5.6
    1993-03-01 5.6
    1993-04-01 6.4
    1993-05-01 6.3
    1993-06-01 5.9
    1993-07-01 5.4
    1993-08-01 5.6
    1993-09-01 5.0
    1993-10-01 5.0
    1993-11-01 5.0
    1993-12-01 7.6
    1994-01-01 4.0
    1994-02-01 3.9
    1994-03-01 4.3
    1994-04-01 4.2
    1994-05-01 5.8
    1994-06-01 5.1
    1994-07-01 5.1
    1994-08-01 4.7
    1994-09-01 5.0
    1994-10-01 5.3
    1994-11-01 5.2
    1994-12-01 5.3
    1995-01-01 5.6
    1995-02-01 5.9
    1995-03-01 5.5
    1995-04-01 4.8
    1995-05-01 4.9
    1995-06-01 4.4
    1995-07-01 4.6
    1995-08-01 4.1
    1995-09-01 4.1
    1995-10-01 4.4
    1995-11-01 3.9
    1995-12-01 3.6
    1996-01-01 4.2
    1996-02-01 4.3
    1996-03-01 4.2
    1996-04-01 3.1
    1996-05-01 4.1
    1996-06-01 4.5
    1996-07-01 4.1
    1996-08-01 4.1
    1996-09-01 4.1
    1996-10-01 3.8
    1996-11-01 3.8
    1996-12-01 3.8
    1997-01-01 3.7
    1997-02-01 3.5
    1997-03-01 3.7
    1997-04-01 3.8
    1997-05-01 4.0
    1997-06-01 3.9
    1997-07-01 3.3
    1997-08-01 3.3
    1997-09-01 3.6
    1997-10-01 3.5
    1997-11-01 3.7
    1997-12-01 3.8
    1998-01-01 4.6
    1998-02-01 4.6
    1998-03-01 4.7
    1998-04-01 4.7
    1998-05-01 4.4
    1998-06-01 4.4
    1998-07-01 4.5
    1998-08-01 4.3
    1998-09-01 4.2
    1998-10-01 3.9
    1998-11-01 4.0
    1998-12-01 3.5
    1999-01-01 4.0
    1999-02-01 3.7
    1999-03-01 3.3
    1999-04-01 2.5
    1999-05-01 2.1
    1999-06-01 2.1
    1999-07-01 1.9
    1999-08-01 1.8
    1999-09-01 1.4
    1999-10-01 2.0
    1999-11-01 2.1
    1999-12-01 1.6
    2000-01-01 2.9
    2000-02-01 2.4
    2000-03-01 2.0
    2000-04-01 2.4
    2000-05-01 2.4
    2000-06-01 2.5
    2000-07-01 2.9
    2000-08-01 2.8
    2000-09-01 2.2
    2000-10-01 2.3
    2000-11-01 2.1
    2000-12-01 1.5
    2001-01-01 1.9
    2001-02-01 1.7
    2001-03-01 2.0
    2001-04-01 1.6
    2001-05-01 1.0
    2001-06-01 1.1
    2001-07-01 2.4
    2001-08-01 3.7
    2001-09-01 4.2
    2001-10-01 -0.2
    2001-11-01 0.7
    2001-12-01 1.1
    2002-01-01 2.9
    2002-02-01 2.8
    2002-03-01 3.0
    2002-04-01 2.6
    2002-05-01 3.1
    2002-06-01 2.8
    2002-07-01 1.9
    2002-08-01 1.7
    2002-09-01 2.2
    2002-10-01 2.0
    2002-11-01 1.8
    2002-12-01 1.5
    2003-01-01 1.8
    2003-02-01 2.0
    2003-03-01 1.7
    2003-04-01 2.0
    2003-05-01 2.3
    2003-06-01 2.1
    2003-07-01 2.8
    2003-08-01 2.5
    2003-09-01 1.7
    2003-10-01 2.1
    2003-11-01 2.2
    2003-12-01 2.4
    2004-01-01 2.1
    2004-02-01 2.3
    2004-03-01 2.0
    2004-04-01 2.2
    2004-05-01 1.5
    2004-06-01 2.1
    2004-07-01 1.7
    2004-08-01 2.0
    2004-09-01 1.2
    2004-10-01 1.4
    2004-11-01 1.2
    2004-12-01 4.3
    2005-01-01 0.9
    2005-02-01 0.6
    2005-03-01 0.2
    2005-04-01 -0.4
    2005-05-01 -0.1
    2005-06-01 -0.5
    2005-07-01 -0.9
    2005-08-01 -3.0
    2005-09-01 -0.5
    2005-10-01 -0.3
    2005-11-01 -0.3
    2005-12-01 -0.3
    2006-01-01 -0.3
    2006-02-01 -0.3
    2006-03-01 -0.4
    2006-04-01 -0.4
    2006-05-01 -0.7
    2006-06-01 -0.6
    2006-07-01 -0.8
    2006-08-01 -0.5
    2006-09-01 -0.2

  4. Ray,

    I get the feeling, you would be the one to point out a solitary cloud on an otherwise beautiful day with brilliant blue skies..

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