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Unformatted text preview: This was not copied off of Cameron Hartman 10/16/08. ENG 150-060. In class write You hear it on the news, you read it in the newspaper, our nation’s debt is 10 trillion dollars, and this is a major problem. I have always noticed politicians try to stay away from this subject, or flip- flop on their spending habits if this is brought up. Yet ignoring this for too long is a problem, a major problem, because it's only going to get worse, causing catastrophic results. Although there is still hope for a politician that knows what is going on, and knows how to fix it. But for now, this is still a problem. As I said before, the nation’s debt today is now over ten trillion dollars. Do you think we planned on this to happen? Well no of course not, because they had to replace the nation’s debt counter because it ran out of digits. Yet this did happen, and if you have been keeping on eye on the upcoming presidential election, you will find that it would be impossible for this to improve. All the candidates presidential election, you will find that it would be impossible for this to improve....
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2011 for the course ENG 150 taught by Professor Ludwig during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '11