Ron Paul tells Manchester crowd inflation will hit 50 percent

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Mark Hayward
New Hampshire Union Leader

MANCHESTER — Texas congressman Ron Paul on Friday predicted that inflation will hit 50 percent in the next couple of years, thanks to the massive debt the country has accumulated.

Paul, who spoke to admirers and Republican activists at a Manchester house party, said the inflation will act like default.

Social Security checks will still be cut and interest payments will still be made, but the inflated dollars will allow the government to repay borrowed dollars with devalued money, Paul said.

“They cannot pay the debt,” he said. “I don’t think that means you shouldn’t try and work things out, but with the size of this debt it never gets paid.”

The national debt is about $14.3 trillion.

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