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After doing some extensive research, BILL CLINTON DOES NOT REDUCE NATIONAL DEBT DURING HIS PRESIDENCY. What he did was hide it and put if off the books. He borrowed very ehavily from Social securit trust funds so much that the only things are left are a special form of IOUs similar but not indentical to those the treeasury issue to borrow money from china. Now, the first 30,000 has went to the first 90,000 to cover a SSI future obligations.

On top of that, even though the national debt went down to 5 trillion, the hidden liabilities of future SSI, healthcare, military, and all other services was about 6 TIMES THAT FIGURE AND TODAY, IT IS STILL SO at an estimated 100 trillion.

So why do people credit clinton with reducing national debt. He just hid the massive debt like a brillian sophisticated accoutning and did not count borrowing from government funds as part of the FAKE SURPLUS HE CLAIMED.

2 Thoughts on Did President Bill Clinton Hide Government Debt & Bankrupt SSI?
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    Nightwind
    November 30, 2011 at 5:40 pm

    That’s because the left wing political idiots are easy to fool. Clinton didn’t reduce the national debt, but he did get to a point briefly where the deficeit wasn’t negative.
    Along with many other things he did, like giving China the last piece of technology they needed to hit the USA with a guided missle.
    Few seem to remember him bombing that aspirin factory in the Sudan.
    And why did he release puerta rician terrorist from prison whom would not renounce thier violent ways….in New York ? Sounds suspiciously like he was tring to gain favor to get Shrillary voted in as the next Senator from NY. Seeing there was no reason to let them go at all.
    They’ve given him a complete pass on the illegal chinese campaign contributions too…not many people even remember Charlie Tree anymore. Not to mention the shadey contributions to his library center built for his foundation.
    Bubba has been doing alot of things during and after his presidency that isn’t quite up to par

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    The Patriot
    November 30, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    To answer your question, no. But if you think otherwise, post a link.

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