Reality Check — Deficit Spending is "fiction"

Maybe it is because he has the federally granted privilege of extracting money from workers as a condition of their employment that makes him oblivious to real world concerns but it’s time that AFL-CIO Boss Richard Trumka gets a reality check about America’s $14 TRILLION debt and the projected trillion dollar plus annual deficits. In his eyes, the crisis is “fiction.” His words not ours:

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