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13 October 2009

The U.S. Debt Clock

Stop in now and then for some great entertainment at US Debt Clock.org and watch the U.S. federal debt increase along with other liabilities such as Social Security and Medicare.  You can also watch how each citizen's portion of the debts and liabilities mount ever higher.  You can also see the annual figures on the GDP grow and check out the assets of small businesses, big businesses, and households as they change.  You can monitor the assets per citizen and the government liability per citizen.  You can also monitor such things as mortgage debt, personal debt, credit card debt, and debt per citizen.  You can watch the state and local government debt sums also.  You can watch the population estimate and the number of illegal aliens as they change.

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