The card company would get in trouble with the government if it let me increase my debt ceiling. The government might not bail out the bank if it is going to be so irresponsible. Well, maybe it would; after all, the borrowing and spending might stimulate the economy, even if I never pay it back.
We are hearing that we need our debt ceiling raised. If we don't raise the debt ceiling, catastrophic financial results will supposedly occur. One party, I'll let you guess, says that we need to match the elevation of the ceiling with some spending cuts. The other says that spending shouldn't relate to raising the ceiling at all. What do you think we should do? Who's got the better idea?
P90x ended last Saturday, that is, it was the 90th day, which is what the 90 is all about. p90x isn't a weight loss plan. It is a fitness/exercise plan. There is a diet that comes with the DVDs. I didn't do that diet. I did something that was simple for me. But I did start the 90 at 238 and ended at 216. So that occurred successfully. It's a good workout regimen. It works every part of your body. You don't just lose weight. It especially works the core. Most people aren't working their core, even if they do work out. I haven't done much about it at all.
There are 12 workouts. The hardest, I believe, was the core synergistics, which you do only six times. A couple of the weight workouts were rough, and those days were tough too because you do the ab ripper exercises right afterwards. It takes a lot of commitment. The best strategy is "don't give up." Just keep pushing play and keep doing it. You'll be encouraged if you do some diet during the time. What I did was a bowl of mini-wheats for breakfast, a yogurt almost every day for lunch, and then a regular supper. I didn't snack. This was all good enough for me to get fit and lose the weight too.