...Our country is in debt near sixteen trillion dollars and counting. Will we follow the USSR, Greece, Portugal, Italy, and other nations that have come near collapse? We will follow them if we do not get our insatiable spending habits under control. There is a war in our homeland, and we have to declare a state of emergency on the enemy-national debt. Alden G. Huffman takes a stand and reveals his solutions to this financial crisis and how we as a nation can take on the villain of an ever-increasing national debt. Few dare to reveal what policies and changes they would implement if they were the president of the United States, but Huffman's work tackles this idea head on. Realigning the government and making cuts without raising taxes, creating competition for energy sources, and getting out from under the crushing weight of a debt that has reached trillions of dollars-these are the obstacles to overcome, and there are options. Huffman offers ways to improve the lives of the American people, its children, and its grandchildren by providing opportunities for our country to implement. Huffman uses If I Were President to answer the question, "What would I do if I were president?"
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Book Description Tate Publishing & Enterprises, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1621477711