It is a very big deal to hear that there are so many people who are paying higher taxes that they’re paying a much higher rate than before the crisis.
And that there’s a lot of uncertainty, that people are still paying for everything, that the stock market is going up and down.
And the stock markets are up and falling.
That’s why people are saying the stock bubble is over, and the government is doing all of the right things.
The stock market bubble was not about making a lot more money for the government.
It was about making the government more dependent on those who are making money.
The question now is: What does the bubble mean for us?
We’ve been in the stock crisis for five years now.
Why is it that there is a lot less risk and excitement about what’s going on in this country?
That’s the big question.
There is a sense that the economy is very fragile, that we’re in a situation where we have very little chance of actually recovering.
This is one of the things that the CBO said this week.
It’s been a very long time since the government has had a sustained period of this sort of volatility and this kind of uncertainty.
And it’s really important that the public is aware of the magnitude of what’s happening right now, because it is happening, and it is going to continue to happen.
The other thing that is really concerning to me is the fact that we have to have a conversation about how to address the debt.
There are very few countries where the debt has been as high as it is now.
There’s a large proportion of our debt that we haven’t had to deal with in the past five years, and I think that’s a mistake.
I think the public really needs to know about that.
And then there is the debt ceiling issue, which is one where we don’t have a lot to offer.
And we’ve talked about this in the last two months.
And there are many people saying, We’re going to default.
The fact of the matter is that we can’t afford it.
We have a large, very complex and deep budget that’s going to be there for years to come.
And so there are a lot people in this room who are just saying, Oh, we can pay it off, we’re going into default, and that is a false choice.
And I think a lot in this chamber would prefer to wait.
They just want to be assured that things will be fine, that there will be a smooth, orderly transition out of the crisis and that the American people are well served.
So I think there’s really a lot that is very important for people to know.
And, of course, there are some of you who are still sitting here and saying, No, I don’t think it’s going away, I think it will be worse.
And some of the debt issues are going to make it worse.
It would be better to talk about how we’re dealing with the debt now, how we are managing the debt in the future.
And one of my goals as president is to make sure that we do everything we can to make the American economy more resilient, and so that we don.t have a debt crisis again, but it will take longer to sort out how to deal.
And in fact, I want to make certain that we are able to manage our debt responsibly.
And what that means is that the president will have to deal at some point with the issue of how we deal with the American government.
There will be the sequester, there will have the budget deal.
There’ll be the debt limit.
There can be the next big piece of legislation.
But I don.ti.t think it’ll be a deal that is as devastating as the sequesters, or the budget cuts, or whatever it is that is going on right now.
And therefore, there is going a lot for the president to do, but I want us to make clear that we will have our priorities straight, that our priority is to deal responsibly with the fiscal challenges that we face.
And when the president talks about how he will deal with all of those, we are going have to make that clear.
I know there’s going the next round of debt-limit talks.
I can’t predict what that will look like, but that is what we’re doing.
And you all know how important that is, so we’re just going to have to keep talking about how that will be done, and how we will deal, and we’re all going to do it in a fair way.
But at the same time, we have an obligation to the American taxpayers, and to the economy, and in a responsible way, to make decisions that are going in the right direction, to do things that are fair to the United States, and not do things just to give people a tax break.
And if we want to have any chance of being able to get