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Federal Debt Growing $1 Trillion Every 100 Days

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The United States federal debt is surging at a rate previously unseen, with an increase of approximately $1 trillion every 100 days, as reported by CNBC. This rapid growth in national debt underscores significant fiscal sustainability and economic stability concerns at the federal level. For Texas, which prides itself on a robust economy and fiscal responsibility, the situation accentuates the urgency of discussions surrounding independence and self-governance.

Federal Debt and Its Implications

The CNBC report paints a concerning picture of the US federal debt’s trajectory, signaling potential long-term economic repercussions, including inflation and interest rate adjustments. This trend not only challenges the management of federal expenditures and revenues but also poses questions about investment and growth prospects.

Texas and the TEXIT Movement’s Perspective

The escalating US federal debt is particularly alarming for the Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) and supporters of the TEXIT initiative. This financial predicament highlights the stark differences in economic management and fiscal policy preferences between Texas and the federal government. With its strong economy, balanced budget, and absence of state income tax, Texas presents a contrasting fiscal model to the federal government’s debt accumulation strategy.

The situation with the federal debt reinforces the argument for Texas independence by emphasizing the importance of economic self-determination. Texas’ ability to manage its economic affairs independently could lead to more sustainable fiscal policies and economic growth, free from the burdens of federal debt. Independence would allow Texas to implement fiscal strategies that reflect its economic principles and priorities, showcasing a model of fiscal governance that diverges from federal practices.

Will an independent Texas be responsible for any of the federal debt? Independence expert Dr. Matt Qvortrup answers the question.

Moreover, the rising federal debt underscores the need for fiscal responsibility, highlighting the potential benefits of Texas having full control over its budget and expenditures. This control could enable Texas to pursue policies ensuring long-term prosperity, distinct from the federal government’s current trajectory.

As the US federal debt impacts the country’s economic stability and global financial standing, Texas’ case for independence includes the potential to establish itself as a stable and economically viable entity on the global stage. This independence from federal liabilities could enhance Texas’ economic position and contribute to its global standing.

Conclusion

The alarming increase in the US federal debt validates the need for Texas independence. The Texas Nationalist Movement advocates for a pragmatic approach to these challenges, emphasizing economic self-determination and fiscal responsibility. With independence, Texas could embrace a future guided by sound economic management and fiscal prudence, setting a precedent for sustainable growth and stability.

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