Now what? If you're confused by the debt deal and what it means for your own wallet, you're not alone. The fine print in the deal raises more questions than it answers. The plan approved by the House on Monday would raise the existing $14.3 trillion borrowing limit by enough to last into 2013. It calls for $2.1 trillion in spending cuts spread over 10 years and creates a congressional committee to recommend a deficit-reduction package by late November. But all I see is a lot of the same government BS and them spending our money. Over the next year the committee has to come up with $1.5 trillion more in cuts but I bet you we will see a good bit of taxes and loss of services with the cuts up coming. If you were to ask me what I think about it all I would tell you it's all one big rip off and as always the tax payer will get the bill when it's all over. The dollar is just about dead and the economy is as flat as it can get but I'm sure it's going to get a lot worse in the weeks and months ahead. This debt mess is just getting started and within the year we will see a real mess. If you think stuff cost a lot now just wait for a year and you will be wishing to have these days back and wishing you had done more to get ready. Prepping is the safety net you need to survive the coming collapse and survival. Prep now, prep fast and prep the things you need to survive. We are in a mess now but it's going to get worse, way worse and so few will be ready to survive. Don't be one of the many! Make a plan and prep!!!!