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01.06.2009   Tom Presentation
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01.06.2009   Tom Presentation
01.06.2009   Tom Presentation
01.06.2009   Tom Presentation
01.06.2009   Tom Presentation
01.06.2009   Tom Presentation
01.06.2009   Tom Presentation
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  • 1. A<br />History of Budget DeficitsSince 1989<br />Budget Deficits/Surpluses in Billions<br />Bush I<br />Bush II<br />Clinton<br />11/01/2009<br />
  • 2. B<br />Debt Held by the Public Nearly Doubled under Bush Administration<br />$6.3 Trillion<br />$3.4 Trillion<br />Source: U.S. Treasury<br />01/06/2009<br />
  • 3. Latest CBO Estimates Confirm Troubling Fiscal Picture<br />C<br />% of GDP<br />
  • 4. D<br />Projected Deficits Lead to an Ever Rising Public Debt<br />% of GDP<br />
  • 5. E<br />Debt Held by the Public Is Projected to Reach Levels Not Seen Since World War II<br />% of GDP<br />Estimates<br />
  • 6. Net Interest Expenditure Reaches 16.7% of Federal Spending by 2019<br />F<br />Percent of Federal Spending<br />Based on Realistic Scenario<br />
  • 7. Even Very Strong Economic Growth Not Sufficient to Return to Balance in 2019<br />G<br />Billions of Nominal Dollars<br />Amount of Deficit Reduction Needed to Reach Balance in 2019<br />Deficit Reduction From Alternative Economic Growth Paths<br />Note: These are GDP growth scenarios. &amp;quot;CBO + 0.5%&amp;quot; means the real GDP growth CBO has forecasted, plus an added 0.5 percent of real GDP growth in each year after 2013. &amp;quot;Clinton Era&amp;quot; is real GDP growth of 3.7 percent per year over 2010-19; &amp;quot;Reagan Era&amp;quot; is 3.4% real GDP growth per year while &amp;quot;Bush Era&amp;quot; (&amp;apos;01-&amp;apos;06 average only) is 2.4% real growth per year. Scenarios of +2.0% or more additional real growth each year are considered highly unlikely, however.<br />
  • 8. H<br />Under Current Policies Debt Will Reach Almost 300% of GDP by2050<br />Debt as a Share of GDP, 1940-2050<br />CBPPProjections<br />Actual<br />Source: CBPP Projections based on CBO Data<br />
  • 9. Big 3 Programs Plus Net Interest Would Consume All Federal Revenue by 2050<br />I<br />Program Spending and Revenues as a Share of GDP<br />All Other Spending<br />Revenues<br />Net Interest<br />Medicaid<br />Medicare<br />Social Security<br />Source: CBO The Long-Term Budget Outlook, June 2009<br />
  • 10. J<br />Growth in Health Care Spending Almost Triples Over 40 Years<br />Program Spending as a Share of GDP<br />
  • 11. K<br />Tax revenues among Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Countries<br />

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