"We the people" works both ways. It means you can vote for your leaders, but it also means that you are responsible for paying the bills they run up. A government of the people, for the people and by the people has debts payable only by those same people.
So you owe $16,000 more than you did four years ago. Four more years will add another $16,000. A family of four owes $64,000 more, going to $128,000 if he is re-elected. It's not a rhetorical question to ask, "Where are you going to get that kind of money?" It's not a theoretical debt, it's a real one and you really owe it. As John Kerry and Diane Feinstein* have shown, the rich aren't going to be your sugar daddies. You better start figuring out how you're going to cover your share of the tab.
|Or maybe you should start thinking about cutting spending.|