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The Weekly Debt Roundup Digest – Shutdown Edition

Debt Roundup Personal Finance DigestThere has been some noise with regards to the government shutdown.  It all just seems to be a circus act that just goes round and round.  This party blames this party.  They all want to seem to be in the best interest of the American public.  If you can’t see through that horrendous lie, then I don’t know what to do for you.  Congress’ rating is at an all time low and yet, I am almost certain most of these clowns will be voted right back in.  That is what is frustrating.  Our society goes from one thing to the next, but tends to forget about past events.  Once this is over, I am sure the massive blame game will hit the airwaves when it is election time.  I can’t wait to see those ads!


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Here are some of my latest posts.  You can see that I have a theme about the government shutdown.  They just make it too easy to write things about them.  It is like a kid in a candy store with all of the stupid activities that our government partakes in.

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About Grayson Bell

I am an average Joe, who built up over $50,000 worth of credit card debt and had to learn how to break it back down. It took 4 years of learning budgets, secrets, and many other personal finance tricks in order to cut the debt to $0. Now, I push to teach others not only how to get out of debt, but how to use credit wisely and how to start growing their wealth. You can view my other site, Sprout Wealth for ways to grow your money. I am also a freelance personal finance writer who provides staff writing and ghost writing services.


  1. Thanks for the shout-out Grayson. Keep up the awesome work here!
    Derek@LifeAndMyFinances recently posted..The Difference Between the Non-Poor and the Ultra WealthyMy Profile

  2. Thanks for the shout out, Grayson. :-) Those election year ads following the shutdown might even be worthy of a party night, kinda like the Prince William wedding, huh? :-)
    Laurie @thefrugalfafmer recently posted..The Pain of Stupid and Good Reads for the Week Ending 10-12-13My Profile

  3. Are you sure you aren’t in an election cycle right now? They all seem to be talking just to get themselves on the news. All this finger pointing to place blame on the other guy seems like they are all running for something.

    You are racing toward the debt ceiling again. Will they pull it together or just let the world lose confidence in the American economy?

    Happy Thanksgiving from Canada.
    Jane Savers @ Solving The Money Puzzle recently posted..Are Your Finances Prepared For Your Death?My Profile

    • We are technically always in an election cycle. They are always pushing for the next election, jockeying for position.

      Though we got the fight fixed, it was only a temporary solution. We will be back at the fight again in a few months.

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