If Obama's trend continues, expect runaway inflation

2013-04-16T00:00:00Z If Obama's trend continues, expect runaway inflation nwitimes.com
April 16, 2013 12:00 am

President Barack Obama, the champion of death, hasn't stopped. The man has really lost it.

He has blown off the national debt as no big concern (not critical enough). It is already affecting everybody in the United States. When was the last time he went grocery shopping or went shopping for an appliance or used a credit card?

Inflation is here already because of $17 trillion debt. Oh, I forgot, it's Bush's fault; he must have thought that while he was on the golf course.

How long did he think printing more paper money was going to last without taking its toll? It's not only our children's future, it's our everyday living now. If you don't believe me, just check the prices on food for the last six years.

Obama doesn't care, and if he gets what he wants you will see runaway inflation, like never before seen, and that will affect everybody across the board.

- Robert C. DeLuca, Lansing

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