[Every American Born Today Owes $43,000 To The Federal Government The Day She Or He Is Born. And We Are Transferring A Tremendous Amount Of Debt To The New Generation, Much Of It Owed To Overseas Creditors Who Expect To Be Repaid By Our Children With Interest.]

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