The U.S. Federal Budget as a Household Budget [Infographic]

The U.S. Federal Budget can be difficult for the average American to relate to since it deals in billions and trillions of dollars. This infographic scales those numbers down to a more familiar and manageable size to effectively display the instability of the current economic situation. With the U.S. only days away from going over the fiscal cliff, it's important to understand just how vital a return to a solid, stable gold standard dollar is to the country's future prosperity.

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