A Must-read Op-Ed from former Clinton Economists in the Wall Street Journal


Two former Clinton economists, Chris Cox and Bill Archer,  break through the miasma and report that actual government liabilities are growing buy $8 trillion per year, more than total after tax income.


To read the piece, click here.


2 Responses to A Must-read Op-Ed from former Clinton Economists in the Wall Street Journal

  1. cathy on November 27, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    snip [the miasma and report that actual government liabilities are growing buy]

    That should be by…

  2. Chris on November 30, 2012 at 12:36 am

    Those guys are way off. Unfunded liabilities is now over 121 trillion. source: usdebtclock.org

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