The Economy - page 66

Things were so bad the last four years, that any improvement is actually still not good. But a little good news is still good news. I've noticed my retirement funds are growing and I'm happy about... Read More

  1. by   herring_RN
    I know a nurse who has one. He works a lot of overtime.
    I took a ride, but wouldn't drive it. No noise at all.
    He doesn't need a key or remote. It is programmed to his and his wife's prints.
    Voice recognition computer. he said, Chinese restaurant near here, the voice asked, "Linen service or take out?" He said, Eat in" Next the GPS was giving instructions.
    There is a trunk in the front.

    I have no need for a luxury car myself.
  2. by   azhiker96
    Found this happy little page that has a lot of information in one place.
    U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time
  3. by   herring_RN
    First thing i thought was that dropping bombs is costly in many ways.
    Cutting taxes doesn't help.
  4. by   azhiker96
    Yes, and the clock shows defense spending increasing although at a slower rate than Medicare/Medicaid, Social Security, Income security, Federal pensions, or Net interest on the Federal debt.

    Federal tax revenue is increasing at a rate that is actually decreasing the deficit, love it! We need that to continue.