The amount is much greater by the federal government, and is funded by a pool of tax from all of the states.
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#2; government doesn't have control over YTM on bonds. #1 & #4 would decrease consumer spending .
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The Federal Reserve has been inflating the supply of money rapidly...velocity returns to more normal historic levels. At that point the Fed will either have to shrink the money supply or see significant general price inflation.
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C) Discretionary. Discretionary spending is spending that isn't originally financially obligated, thus the government chooses to spend it instead of being obliged to spend it via statute.
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...compete. It needs projection because it requires a permission before spending . The spending of next year has to get permission now.
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...by digging ourselves deeper into a fiscal hole, where our federal budge will surpass GDP just like Greece, and hope we could stimulate growth...
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Con. The government hasn't done HALF of what it could do to fight poverty. In fact, a number of programs that helped poor people have been rolled back under the Bush Administration. All that money that...
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