The problem with our answers *which will vary* is that yours is a hypothetical question based on trends. However, this is a trend that is highly debatable:
1. Liberals say that the huge amount we just spent on the healing package is going to save families from going bankrupt.
2. Conservatives will say that it was a waste of money because no new jobs have been created, yet, Liberals will argue that the unemployment rate has lowered. And, still, Conservatives will counterargue saying that the numbers are based on different variables.
3. The Health Care package is no joke-it requires a LOT of money for millions of uninsured people, many of whom lead quite unhealthy lifestyles. Any person against the plan will say that this was a massively unfair kill of money. Others will say that it is fair that everybody gets coverage. Now, let's take a sample of population suffering high blood pressure in Mississippi- one of the US's most obese populations per capita: Would their medications, exercise plans, surgeries, and check ups hurt anyone's paychecks?- YES. They will *it is not me saying it. It is the fact that, well, they will*
So: The future of our national economy is quite uncertain as of today. There have been conversations with the Chinese government to buy off our debt, but I think that it is dangerous to swim on that lake being that North Korea is closer to the Chinese than we are. Our intelligence could be endangered if shared and I think I'd rather have the strangers right in my backyard and not in the backyard of the neighbor I don't quite know.