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March 4, 2014: Copies of President Obama's proposed fiscal 2015 budget are set out for distribution by the Senate Budget Committee on Capitol Hill.AP

President Obama's latest budget proposal paints a troubling picture of America's fiscal future. 

Here's a startling snapshot:    

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-- By 2024, the total national debt would rise from $17.4 trillion to nearly $25 trillion. 

-- By 2020, U.S. taxpayers would be paying more in interest on the debt than they would on the entire Defense budget.

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March 4, 2014: Copies of President Obama's proposed fiscal 2015 budget are set out for distribution by the Senate Budget Committee on Capitol Hill.AP

President Obama's latest budget proposal paints a troubling picture of America's fiscal future. 

Here's a startling snapshot:    

ADVERTISEMENT

-- By 2024, the total national debt would rise from $17.4 trillion to nearly $25 trillion. 

-- By 2020, U.S. taxpayers would be paying more in interest on the debt than they would on the entire Defense budget.

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March 4, 2014: Copies of President Obama's proposed fiscal 2015 budget are set out for distribution by the Senate Budget Committee on Capitol Hill.AP

President Obama's latest budget proposal paints a troubling picture of America's fiscal future. 

Here's a startling snapshot:    

ADVERTISEMENT

-- By 2024, the total national debt would rise from $17.4 trillion to nearly $25 trillion. 

-- By 2020, U.S. taxpayers would be paying more in interest on the debt than they would on the entire Defense budget.

Published in US NEWS

March 4, 2014: Copies of President Obama's proposed fiscal 2015 budget are set out for distribution by the Senate Budget Committee on Capitol Hill.AP

President Obama's latest budget proposal paints a troubling picture of America's fiscal future. 

Here's a startling snapshot:    

ADVERTISEMENT

-- By 2024, the total national debt would rise from $17.4 trillion to nearly $25 trillion. 

-- By 2020, U.S. taxpayers would be paying more in interest on the debt than they would on the entire Defense budget.

Published in US NEWS

March 4, 2014: Copies of President Obama's proposed fiscal 2015 budget are set out for distribution by the Senate Budget Committee on Capitol Hill.AP

President Obama's latest budget proposal paints a troubling picture of America's fiscal future. 

Here's a startling snapshot:    

ADVERTISEMENT

-- By 2024, the total national debt would rise from $17.4 trillion to nearly $25 trillion. 

-- By 2020, U.S. taxpayers would be paying more in interest on the debt than they would on the entire Defense budget.

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