The don’t blame it on me U.S. National Debt Infographic

As some of you know I do my best to avoid talking about politics and religion but the U.S. National Debt Infographic is one I just had to post. One reason is because of our current economic situation and two is, it's a clear infographic that I think reads... "don't blame it on me". FYI I'm not taking sides or anything as I feel that it's a "Country" issue and not one party but the infographic speaks for itself.


flickr photo by photosnortheast

I can think of many reasons to just give up and quit. Just stop everything and so can you. You're tired, away from your family, or to close to your family, frustrated, angry, turn on the news and everything sucks, the economy, the government is divided, wars, you name it. You almost have to separate yourself from mainstream media to stay positive. The same is almost for social networks, Twitter, Facebook and now Google Plus. Who's talking about using these platforms for changing the world, improving the quality of life vs trying to look like the next guru for [...]