From Forbes Free-spending America isn't quite a banana republic yet. But in a Forbes ranking of sovereign debt the U.S. comes out No. 35, one rung below Estonia, on a global list of 85. Hard to believe that the U.S. would default on its debts based on its AAA bond rating, but based on credit default swap spreads there is a 3.1% chance of a U.S. default in the next five years, according to CMA, a London credit information specialist.
Sorry you got booted. You are a victim of the times The people leading the country have a lot to pay back and need lots of money to redistribute to the ones that voted them into office. Law suit IMO would be good only for the lawyers.
47 percenter eh? While GOP leaders push amnesty, Dems rope more immigrants into welfare state
January 28, 2013 03:53 AM by Michelle Malkin
Yep it's hard to trade, they whipsaw you to death. Or churn you to death and gap down. Lousy crooks
Any one care to put thoughts to Obama and company's plans for your country. A huge train wreck? The best thing since duct tape? "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party."-Patrick Henry
It's not a matter of responsible for or owing for the debt, it's reality. we all will pay, and the longer it goes on the more our kids will have to pay.