The collapse of household income since 2009.

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The collapse of household income since 2009.

A comparison of the graph in the article above with the changing federal debt (both graphs below the fold) is quite revealing. The steep drop in household income in 2009 lines up precisely with the steep rise in federal deficits beginning in 2009. I wonder if they have anything to do with each other? The article also notes the possible negative impact of Obamacare. How could they think such a thing?

collapse of household income since 2009

Federal deficits through 2012


One comment

  • Greg

    What would be a nice addition would be a graphs on the corresponding median household disposable income, and or the average cost of living increase.

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