Wednesday, July 13, 2011

We live in very frightening times

Tonight Tens Of Thousands Of Formerly Middle Class Americans Will Be Sleeping In Their Cars by The Economic Collapse
"We live in very frightening times.

Poverty is absolutely exploding in America. The number of Americans that are going to food pantries and soup kitchens has increased by 46% since 2006. There are 44 million Americans on food stamps. If it was not for measures like these, the streets of America would be filled with destitute people.

Things are tough out there and they are about to get tougher.

At the beginning of next year, the extended unemployment benefits that have been helping the unemployed during this economic downturn will expire. Up to now, many unemployed Americans have been able to enjoy up to 99 weeks of unemployment benefits. Now that is coming to an end."

New Brown University Report Pegs The Real Cost Of Current Wars At $4 Trillion

It is absolutely amazing that the cause and effect of our economic plight are so disconnected.


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