Sorry if this has been posted before, the search feature isn't working for me.
I e-mailed the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing and asked this question:
'How long would it take the US Government to print one trillion dollars in one dollar bills?'
Today I got my answer, and its scary:
From the BEP,
"If we average 120,000 sheets a day of ONE HUNDRED dollar bills and ran eight press lines, 1.4 years"
To have the entire capacity of the US Mint requiring 1.4 years to print one trillion dollars is incomprehensible to me BUT if they had answered the question as I asked, how long would it take to print one trillion in one dollar bills the answers gets real scary, which is why they probably chose the 100 dollar bill answer,
In one dollar bills it would take the United States Government one hundred and fourty years to print one trillion dollars..
Need another way to understand the trillion thing?
one trillion seconds is over 30,000 years.
And HE wants to spend three trillion in the next few years
Boys, this has to be stopped-the 'tea parties' are a hell of an idea-but its time we all start thinking about smoking down/up or over to DC, in a peaceful way, and let those traitors know its time for them to be moving on, quick like.