Saturday, July 11, 2009

The “Debt Clock” Goes Online


National Debt Clock 2008

National Debt Clock 2008

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uploaded by Matt B.


So it's now time to have a window open on your computer screen so you can be continually Anxious over the National Debt.  As it stands today, July 11th 2009 each Americans portion of the debt is $37, 329.  Each citizens average Private debt is $23, 414. 

Since America’s exploding debt has gotten too big for the old national debt clock (literally), there’s only one place on the planet with enough room for the growing ginormosity of our country’s steadily-deteriorating fiscal position.

Where’s that?

The Internet.

That’s right, the U.S. Debt Clock is now online … at, conveniently.

This website has it all - including live, up-to-the-minute data on the national debt, government spending, deficit spending, bailout spending, trade deficits and unfunded liabilities.

It’s also got updated unemployment and foreclosure data.

Here’s a peek … Please read the wider article at Fitsnews by clicking the source link

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