The Foundry shows you in graphic form just how unaffordable the Generational Theft Act of 2009 really is:
Average spending for all family groups in the United States is similar to that of families with children. On average, families annually spend:
* $2,330 on apparel and services,
* $3,595 on health care,
* $4,322 on food at home, and
* $11,657 annually on shelter.
If all families were asked to equally shoulder the burden of the $825 billion “stimulus” package, it would be like asking them to take on an amount of debt equivalent to what they spend on food, clothing, and health care — or most of what they spend on shelter — for an entire year.
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