You can learn a lot from graphs.

Not much of a surprise here.

Please note that these are NOT the number of citizens “in debt.” These are the number of citizens already “IN COLLECTION.” Another dismal aspect of the Obama Legacy. Hopefully, Mr. Trump can turn this around a bit – if the Democreeps don’t cut him off at the knees.

So, the unmistakable winner is China. They’re also the winners in polluting the air. Maybe all the “Global Warming” protesters could fly to China and have a big rally in Tiananmen Square. I’m sure the Chinese government would be very “amused.”

They know where you “browse.”

Nice to know that 7 of the top 10 arms manufacturers are US companies (too bad they don’t have data on China). If we need to “ramp up” we have the tools.

On the other hand, some of the biggest buyers of our weapons systems are not the most trustworthy allies (also, I don’t like the euphemism, “export partners”).

I know I did. Still hard to believe more than 30% of Americans are working past age 65. Again, thanks Obama Legacy.

And the Democreeps want us to be “just like Denmark.” I wonder if they plan to advertise these numbers (or only tell Americans what Danes “get for free”).

Let’s end with some good news/bad news. The good news is that 7 of the top 10 universities are here in the good old US of A. The bad news is that many nations send their brightest to these universities and WE SEND THEM BACK HOME after they graduate EVEN THOUGH THEY WANT TO STAY HERE.

Roy Filly

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1 Response to You can learn a lot from graphs.

  1. Pat says:

    Re: working past 65. I’m still working at 78. Does that up the USA average? Might slow down in ‘18, tho!

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