Do you think that if Congress fails to raise the National Debt ceiling, the FDIC will basically become meaningless, since the Federal government will no longer be able to insure anything let alone the deposits of what amounts to a bunch of chump change compared to said debt and so when Robert De Niro and his crew rob the bank at the climax of Heat and he says “We’re here for the bank’s money, not your money. Your money is insured by the federal government,” some brave heckler in the bank line would yell out a sarcastic “Yeah right!” and the customers along with the bank robbers would have a good chuckle at the fact that the Federal government has become insolvent?

Do you think that if Congress fails to raise the National Debt ceiling, the FDIC will basically become meaningless, since the Federal government will no longer be able to insure anything let alone the deposits of what amounts to a bunch of chump change compared to said debt and so when Robert De Niro and his crew rob the bank at the climax of Heat and he says “We’re here for the bank’s money, not your money. Your money is insured by the federal government,” some brave heckler in the bank line would yell out a sarcastic “Yeah right!” and the customers along with the bank robbers would have a good chuckle at the fact that the Federal government has become insolvent?

posted 3 years ago