We, as Citizens of each state elect to our State Legislature, men and women who have the responsibility of taking our tax dollars and using them wisely. Every time we, as voters, approve a Bond Act, we are doing their job. When they can
not get their pet projects through the State Legislature and the Governor, they resort to putting Bond Acts on the ballot. The problem is that they are using your money to do it. Each Bond Act is a loan that the State Government takes out which must be
repaid over 20, 30, 40 or 50 years. Repayment of these Bonds must be included as part of the State Budget. Since taxes have to be raised to repay what we, as Citizens of the state must borrow, and since increased taxation prolongs recession(s) we at
Citizens For A Better America® are very much opposed to Bond Acts.
This principle, that the money must be borrowed, is why we oppose deficit spending by the Congress of the United States. In that case you, the Citizen do not actually have the opportunity to make a decision. The decision is made by the men and women
you elect to the U.S. Congress and to the U.S. Senate.
One of the reasons we at Citizens For A Better America® supports the men and women we do (see pages 5 and 6 for our GOOD GUYS list), is that they have the guts to stand against enslaving you. Enslaving you, your children, and your grandchildren to
more and more debt being added to the now over $5,000,000,000,000 (5 Trillion) that we, citizens of the United States, must pay back to those lenders we have borrowed from, plus interest.
We as Citizens are paying $203 billion, about 14% of the total federal budget on the national debt. In fact to quote the 1995 IRS Publication 17 on Page 330 under Federal Outlays says: About 86% of total outlays were financed by tax receipts and the
remaining 14% were financed by borrowing.
Lets assume you needed $100 a day, to live on, you earned $86 a day and you borrowed $14 a day. Assuming you worked 22 days a month which is common, that means you would have borrowed $308.00 by the end of the month. In twelve months you would have
borrowed $3,696.00. Assuming that you do not pay anything on the debt, that means you would have paid at just 10% annual interest $369.60. After 45 years of your working life you would owe a minimum of $166,320.00 if you had been paying your interest
every month. Not only would you not have any money to retire on but you would need to start making monthly payments for the next 30 years at the age of 65 of approximately $1,663.20. And, if you died you would pass on the debt to your children.
Now, if the opponents of the GOOD GUYS are telling you in your district that these GOOD GUYS are just out to hurt the poor, infirm, the elderly and so on, you tell them that they are trying to hurt you, your children, your grandchildren and for that
matter the United States of America because they want to collapse the economy, just to perpetuate their careers. Collapsing the economy is a tough charge but just as you can not think about working another 30 years at the age of 65 to pay off your
$166,320.00 during your lifetime, our economy can not handle this same kind of deficit spending.