We TRIED the ethical choice.
Those of us who gave our money, energy and time to get Dr. Paul nominated already did our part.
But we were belittled as kooks, nutjobs and uncompassionate.
So how anyone chooses to proceed from here is fair game as far as I'm concerned.
Sure - go into debt. What are they going to do when it collapses and EVERYONE is in debt?
Thay can't go after everyone.
The main thing is to buy things of VALUE. Not stupid things like vacations, movies, eating out etc.
But gold, silver, ammo, liquer, real estate or even improvements on things you already own like automobiles or your dwelling.
Besides, you'll be paying back the debt with lower-valued, inflation wracked money, especially if you can get a great (locked-in) rate on money today.
If you lock it in today's low low rates, it's your creditors who will get screwed (when the FED can't hide the inflation anymore) and the dollars you pay them back with are worth a lot less than they are today when you spend them.
I say go for it! But be sensible about it.
"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
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