National debt rises $3 trillion under Obama

How the heck are our kids going to pay for this?:

New numbers posted today on the Treasury Department website show the National Debt has increased by more than $3 trillion since President Obama took office.

The National Debt stood at $10.626 trillion the day Mr. Obama was inaugurated. The Bureau of Public Debt reported today that the National Debt had hit an all time high of $13.665 trillion.

At least we got a lot of jobs jobs in exchange for all that spending, right?

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