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This is Why US Gov. Deficit Numbers are a BIG Lie

``... we're drilling into the mystery of how the government borrowed $4 trillion more than it said it spent since 2003. Those $4 trillion in borrowed money -- the bonds are still out there -- went up in smoke, according to government numbers. But money doesn't go up in smoke. It flows somewhere. So follow me.''
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