Andrew Tisch wants us to stop rounding off our national debt to $15 T because that minimizes the billions and millions and thousands and hundreds of dollars that make it up. If we’re rounding it off, it’s actually $16 Trillion anyway. And growing by the minute.
How big is 15 trillion? If we put $15.8 Trillion into $100 bills, it would form a stack 10,712 miles high.
Try to picture this the next time someone says a group ‘deserves’ some money or has a ‘right’ to our tax dollars. Forget the ever-changing greenie ‘tipping point’ threats; the real question is when do we reach, or have we already reached, the tipping point of national debt in a down economy.