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Dan Walters: California debt may be half a trillion dollars - Sacramento Politics - California Politics | Sacramento Bee

Dan Walters: California debt may be half a trillion dollars - Sacramento Politics - California Politics | Sacramento Bee

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6 comments:

People Power said...

We The People Power are already doing 3 things:

1. Print unlimited free money [need not be exact duplicate] to flood the money system to crash current corrupt capitalism.

2. Grow own food to get off the grid fast.

3. Command assassination of evil politicians and cabals.

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Anonymous said...

the occupation movement is growing as well as the debtors revolt!

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Anonymous said...

California nor the US is not in debt...its a con. Google CAFR.

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