Thursday, February 28, 2008
What's wrong with this picture?
Apart from being a little fuzzy, this presents Americans with a dose of reality. Among the 26 developed, industrialized countries of the world, the United States is roughly average on a set of socio-economic indicators that measure quality of life. To see more detailed information, go to OECD Factbook. The above chart is taken from a presentation on the short and long fiscal crisis facing the federal government prepared and presented by Controller General David Walker. Click here to see this and other avaialble presentations.