Tuesday , 5 December 2023

Fact #1: Revenue Does Not Cover Core US Programs


Face the Facts USA is delivering 100 provocative facts about big issues over the next 100 days leading up to the November elections to help Americans debunk myths, hold better conversations, get involved, and make choices as smarter citizens. Here is Fact #1 with supporting substantiation.

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Fact 1: Released: July 30, 2012 – Debt & Deficits 

Revenue doesn’t cover core US programs

How fast is the federal deficit rising? (See video here (1:14 minutes). In every second of 2011, the government spent $114,253 while taking in only $73,043 in revenue. That means in each second, the federal government spent $41,210 (A luxury SUV’s worth of red ink – every second!) that it didn’t have. Divided among every man, woman and child in the US, the 2011 deficit amounted to $4,158.

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