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WHY DON'T YOU ASK OBAMA AND THE DEMOCRATS? THEY SEEM TO KNOW HOW MUCH MONEY TO SPEND ESPECIALLY
WHEN IT'S NOT THEIR MONEY TO SPEND!
Ya ll go ask oblamo...he spends BIG Bucks that don't belong to him...
Sad that American Taxpayers have to pay for HIS Stupidity...
I didnt vote for the SOB...
Read this one years ago~~
If you take $100 bills and stack them-
up one million would be 6 inches tall
one billion would be 66 feet tall and
one trillion would be 66 MILES tall!!
1,000,000,000,000 = trillion
Let's see, I kind of find this somewhat interesting and stupid, at the same time..
Good job on the math...
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