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We Can’t Tax Our Way Out of Debt

It’s not possible for the U.S. to simply tax its way out of a $15 trillion debt. As the President tries that path, we warn, “Ask John Galt what happens next.” Read more about John Galt and our new ad.

America Is Drowning In Debt

The US government is borrowing more than $1 million every 30 seconds, and the new health care law will force us to borrow even more. This policy of IOUs will lead to more expensive home and car loans, job loss, and higher taxes.

How Big Is a $2 Trillion Health Plan

Consider that one million seconds equals 12 days, but one trillion seconds is more than 30,000 years. It puts the $2 trillion cost of the health plan in perspective. And who will pay the massive bill? You will, through higher taxes, higher insurance premiums, and cuts to Medicare.

Don’t Let Debt Defeat A Great Nation

The United States government owes more debt than any other nation in the world. Every day we spend almost $500 million on interest payments, and by 2019 we will spend more on interest than for our national defense. We cannot let debt defeat a great nation.

Think America is “Unsinkable?”

Every year, the government spends hundreds of billions of dollars it doesn’t have, and we sink deeper and deeper into debt. The national debt will grow by more than $9 trillion in the next decade, according to the Congressional Budget Office in March 2010. We cannot afford to go down with this ship.

Who is John Galt?

Every year, the government spends hundreds of billions of dollars it doesn’t have, creating a burden of debt for American taxpayers. The national debt will grow by more than $9 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget Office in March 2010. In a country that no longer rewards its citizens for their work, the effect on our economic growth could be catastrophic. We have to defeat our addiction to debt, before we drop the ball.

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Uncle Sam Spotted

Defeat the Debt has stationed destitute Uncle Sams around American cities to ask commuters and tourists for help repaying the $16 trillion national debt. So far Uncle Sam has been spotted in New York, Chicago, and Washington, DC.


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