A Chart is Worth a Thousand Words

 

Source:  Political Calculations

Per PC, the current national debt burden per U.S. household is roughly $131,113. Over the last four years, that’s up by $49,129 per U.S. household from the $81,984 per U.S. household figure set in 2008. It should be obvious, but note that these numbers are pre-QE3.

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