Let's see, America's debt is now over 13-trillion, with nearly a billion-dollars, a day, in interest alone. 4.4-millon unemployment claims. 1-million home foreclosures by year-end. 42-million Americans on food stamps. And the President now admits, some 800-billion-squandered-tax-dollars later, that "shovel-ready" jobs really don't exist, using our redistributed-billions, instead, to bloat government and re-pay supporters. Meanwhile, our morbidly-obese government continues to borrow and print money. An Investor's Business Daily editorial wisely-concluded that "(Americans) know printing money, is not the same thing as creating wealth." Add-in endless spending and tax hikes, with regulatory clamp-downs on free enterprise, and you get the government-fueled fear and uncertainty, that has the nation's growth, at best, treading-water.