WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. job market sprung back last month from a hurricane-induced slowdown as nonfarm employers added 215,000 workers
And there was much rejoicing, stocks go up, administration leaders come out to crow, and everything is lovely, or maybe not.
The reality is, this nation, from the average American family through the local and state governments, all the way up to the federal Government are living on credit cards, and eventually we have to pay those debts.
I wonder what that will do to our economy.
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