Federal Issues - Deficit/Debt - Debt History - Debt Interest - Revenues .vs GDP - Summation
Total Revenues, Spending, Deficit, Debt, % of GDP

....................IN TRILLIONS.................
YEAR....TREV.SPDG..DEFICIT....DEBT....TREV/ .SPDG/% of GDP
FY1996 1.458 1.560 = 0.102 = 05.2248
FY1997 1.579 1.692 = 0.113 = 05.4131
FY1998 1.721 1.651 = 0.070 = 05.5262
FY1999 1.827 1.705 = 0.122 = 05.6365
FY2000 2.025 1.788 = 0.247 = 05.6740
FY2001 1.990 1.863 = 0.127 = 05.8075
FY2002 1.853 2.011 = 0.158 = 06.2382
FY2003 1.783 2.160 = 0.378 = 06.783216.2% 19.7%
FY2004 1.880 2.293 = 0.413 = 07.3791 16.1% 19.6%
FY2005 2.154 2.472 = 0.318 = 07.9327 17.3% 19.9%
FY2006 2.407 2.655 = 0.248 = 08.5070 18.2% 20.1%
FY2007 2.568 2.731 = 0.163 = 09.0077 18.5% 19.6%
FY2008 2.524 2.983 = 0.459 = 10.0247 17.5% 20.7%
FY2009 2.105 3.518 = 1.413 = 11.9098 14.8% 24.7%
FY2010 2.163 3.456 = 1.293 = 13.5616 14.8% 23.7%
FY2011 2.302 3.599 = 1.297 = 14.790315.2% 23.7%
FY2012 2.449 3.538 = 1.089 = 16.1000 15.5% 22.4%
FY2013 2.700 3.380 = 0.680 = 17.0000 xx.x% xx.x% approximations
CBO http://1.usa.gov/Hl0pXR
GDP http://1.usa.gov/Ia6UXA
GDP http://www.bea.gov/iTable/iTable.cfm?ReqID=9&step=1

CBO Monthly Reports http://bit.ly/Z5Z1ef

Tax Revenues, as a percentage of GDP, are at, or near, a 60 year low https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=1&theater

Historical Federal Receipt and Outlay Summary http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/taxfa....cfm?Docid=200

The Complete Guide Of What's To Blame For Our Debt Problem. Brought To You By Math http://www.upworthy.com/the-complete...to-you-by-math

National Debt Daily

U.S. DEBT WILL HAVE TRIPLED IN 13 YEARS;
FY2000 $05.6740; FY2013 $17.0000 ... IN TRILLIONS:
Debt http://bit.ly/gYFgWs

GDP Growth Rate by Quarter http://bit.ly/VZRa65


Revenues .vs Spending http://bit.ly/yYPMww
Revenues .vs GDP http://bit.ly/yrUJBv
Revenues, Spending, Deficit Debt http://bit.ly/ezHJfg
U.S. Debt History http://bit.ly/gYFgWs
Debt Interest http://bit.ly/fvTvZr


Mar 26, 2012: I'M TALKING TO YOU http://bit.ly/H2rjkW

FY2013, allowing for Mr. Obama’s policies, total spending would be $3.8 trillion
and revenues would total $2.9 trillion, leaving a deficit of $901 billion.


“There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by
the sword, the other is by debt.” ~John Adams
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11.5% (266 billion) of our Total FY2011 Federal Revenues of $2.302 Trillion
was consumed by Interest on our growing Public Debt http://bit.ly/fvTvZr

CBO: Net Interest on the Public Debt increased 16.7% in FY2011, as compared to FY2010,
http://1.usa.gov/oMxpTh A SIGN OF THINGS TO COME

CBO projects a $1.1 #trillion federal budget deficit for fiscal year #2012 http://goo.gl/fb/DFkxe


CBO Budget Projections http://1.usa.gov/hZtvBD

Whatever is deficit becomes debt;
we must help defray the deficit;
rescind the Bush Tax Cuts for the Wealthiest 5% NOW
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The Cost of the Bush Tax Cuts for the Top 5%
http://costoftaxcuts.com/

BEFORE THE BUSH TAX CUTS FOR THE WEALTHY,
revenues averaged 19.5% of GDP;
AFTER, revenues were 17.4%, 16.0%, 15.8%, 17.0%, 18.0%, 18.2%, 17.5%, 14.8%, 14.8%
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The Bush Tax Cuts For The Wealthy
http://bit.ly/n9tWGR

One Hundred Percent In the Hole;
A grim milestone of government collapse is reached.
http://t.co/IhNmqeD

US borrowing tops 100% of GDP: Treasury
http://bit.ly/nG0nWW

Federal Income Tax
http://bit.ly/fa3K6T

The Top 1% Of Earners
http://bit.ly/jd8Gqp

Fixing the Deficit/Debt
http://bit.ly/qzeKC0

INCOME DISTRIBUTION:
100M under $25K;
60M $26K-$50K;
27M $50-$75K;
11M $75-$100K;
13M over $100K
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