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Paulson Asks Congress To Lift Debt Limit (will Hit The Current Debt Ceiling On Oct. 1)

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FFS, his argument is that "you have to raise the limit because if we default then we lose good faith in the economy" - and if the limit is raised then they increase debt until they approach the new limit and then guess what ... they will say "you have to raise the limit because if we default then we lose good faith in the economy"

Maybe they should think of ways of reducing their debts instead of thinking how to increase them (stopping an illegal war would be a good start, although they will probably start a new illegal war with Iran instead )

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FFS, his argument is that "you have to raise the limit because if we default then we lose good faith in the economy" - and if the limit is raised then they increase debt until they approach the new limit and then guess what ... they will say "you have to raise the limit because if we default then we lose good faith in the economy"

Maybe they should think of ways of reducing their debts instead of thinking how to increase them (stopping an illegal war would be a good start, although they will probably start a new illegal war with Iran instead )

Along with Russia and China? Doubtful!

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