The most recent food stamps report for October 2014 found that currently 46,674,364 Americans are “on” food stamps. This is the 38th consecutive month topping the 46 million level, dating back to September 2011.
RealtyTrac November 2014 report: “There are currently 1,045,885 properties in U.S. that are in some stage of foreclosure (default, auction or bank owned)…”
40% of Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck, according to a recent consumer survey report by Mckinsey & Company December 2014 survey
A recent BLS report showed that employment statistics were not so ‘rosey.’ A record 92.9 million working-age Americans are no longer ‘in’ the labor force. That’s a “fresh” 35-year low (ZeroHedge 1/9/2015).
“The number of Americans not in the labor forced soared by 451,000 in December, far outpacing the 111,000 jobs added according to the Household Survey.”
Meanwhile, our leaders in Washington have put U.S. taxpayers on the hook for $2 billion in loan guarantees for Ukraine, to help that country’s citizens “stave off bankruptcy” (ZeroHedge 1/13/2015).
A quick recap: Our leaders in Washington can send billions of dollars in bailout money, through the IMF, to foreign nations like Greece, Egypt and Ukraine, AND put taxpayers on the hook for billions more in loan guarantees to foreign nations….
AND our Federal Reserve can create funding facilities to extend hundreds of billions of dollars in “emergency loans” to corrupt financial institutions to help restore them to solvency….
But our own government cannot guarantee across-the-board loans to its own citizens?
The U.S. government can bailout foreign nations and extend credit to cover massive bad gambling debts by big banks and hedge funds, but it cannot grant equal access to liquidity for U.S. citizens – to restore financial health and economic liberty in our own country?
Answer: Yes they can.
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