So How Much Is $14.4 Trillion Exactly?

By | August 13, 2011

Ever wonder what all those zeros mean? What’s the difference between a million and a billion? What’s the difference between a billion and a trillion? Take a look at the Milky Way and you will see the magnitude of the zeros!

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0 thoughts on “So How Much Is $14.4 Trillion Exactly?

  1. WillofLa

    What if you had the $45,000 dollars, and told the government that you are paying your “fair” share? Would the government leave you alone from then on? How long could you not have to pay any further taxes if you went ahead and paid what you owe individually? Is this just a yearly amount? Is this what we’d have to pay each year, and have to pay more and more all along? How much would you have to pay for people who can’t pay their share? Do we have to pay for them now, and not know it?

  2. Max

    14,400,000,000,000 / 320 Million Americans = $45,000.00 of debt owed per person. Where in the constitution does government have the right to condemn it’s citizens to such unbearable debt?