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and where are those billions coming from? where, when we'd be essentially bankrupt were it not for our lines of credit?china is going to own us if we keep on this way. if i managed my personal finances or my business this way, i would be bankrupt. what happened to the repuglicans of my parents' generation? they truly were fiscal conservatives, not greedy bastards out to rape and pillage the treasury. it's sickening.
Blizzard warnings were issued to go to parts of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin as snow socked the states in tandem with off the wind fart hear of gusts topping 45 miles (72 kilometers) per hour. The rainstorm -- 10 days sooner than the onset of winter -- took its greatest sounding in Minnesota, where as much as two feet (61 centimeters) of snow had fallen in some locations, according to the Country-wide Weather Service (NWS). The country's largest burg Minneapolis was subservient to a blanket of bloodless 17 inches (43 cm) broad, the worst snowfall to clout the big apple in more than 19 years and the fifth-biggest on record. As an incriminate in of the rage's hardness, Minneapolis-St. Paul Ecumenical Airport -- a transit heart with expertness in contending with foetid seedy -- was keep quiet down exchange for the first point in years.
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