How You Can Help the National Debt and the Disadvantaged

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on April 15 2020 00:51 zulu

Once again the progressive multitude demands the government mitigate the national debt by legislating redistributive assaults upon them believed to be privileged and successful to lavish the disadvantaged into dependency and the government into prosperity, to increase wealth by dividing it among all.

The progressives need not await the force of taxation to resolve the national debt, each person may willingly do his part now by contributing to the government at anytime. Yes, the United States Federal government has a website for this.

If the progressives are so dedicated to the disadvantaged, to the national debt, to the continuation and expansion of social programs; stop being a hypocrite about the disadvantaged and national debt. Do your part and voluntarily send money to the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt (below).


U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt


"Financing the Debt"

"How do you make a contribution to reduce the debt?"

"There are two ways for you to make a contribution to reduce the debt:"

  • "You can make a contribution online either by credit card, checking or savings account at Pay.gov"
  • "You can write a check payable to the Bureau of the Public Debt, and in the memo section, notate that it's a Gift to reduce the Debt Held by the Public. Mail your check to:

    Attn Dept G
    Bureau of the Public Debt
    P. O. Box 2188
    Parkersburg, WV 26106-2188"


To go to pay.gov, click here. Pay.gov can be used to make secure electronic payments to Federal Government Agencies.

Here are a few ideas; you would not wish to be a hypocrite, would you?

  • Live within your means and send your pay raise.
  • Cut back on groceries $50 a week and send the difference.
  • Send your holiday bonus.
  • Stop shopping on the weekends and send the money you will save.
  • Send the money you saved using CFL bulbs and driving a hybrid.
  • Instead of going out to eat, send the money you would have spent.
  • Stay home on the weekends, do not drive and send the money saved on gas not used.
  • You do not need that app or song off iTunes, send that money instead,.
  • Set your thermostat lower in the winter and higher in the summer and send your savings.
  • Stop going to Starbucks for a year and send the money you will save.
  • Eat less and send the money you would have spent on unneeded food.
  • Instead of Christmas gifts this year, contribute to the national debt.
  • Stop buying beer for one year and send the money you will save.
  • Take 10% out of your savings and send that.
  • Take no more deductions on your taxes, not even the standard deductions.

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