Government Debt in Plain English

“Gahlkfuwh sjfalkj fjlajf sgjaljf. Manfkaj halkurfah hfaya fhalyueh…”

If your eyes glaze over every time there’s talk about national debt, deficits, sequesters, budget cuts and government shutdowns, don’t feel bad. You’re not alone.

A five-minute, thirteen-second video, Government Debt and You, translates “gahlkfuwh,” “hfaya” and other unclear national-debt concepts into plain English for your enlightenment.

Happy learning!

Video source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rG1DUn8mMwk

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One response to “Government Debt in Plain English

  1. Pingback: The US debt “at $65 trillion outstrips the economic output of the entire planet.” (Video) — State of Globe

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