Pauley Perrette © by greginhollywood

8 September 2012 – Pauley Perrette Tweets, “I’m SO in the 1% I WANT my taxes raised.”

Good News For Pauley Perrette – She Doesn’t Have To Wait. She Can Just Write A Check Now!

The government has made a way for the Pauleys of the world to make a contribution to reduce the U.S.’s 16 Trillion debt which the Joint Chiefs of Staff said was “the biggest threat we have to our national security”“:

According to

• You can make a contribution online either by credit card, checking or savings account at
• You can write a check payable to the Bureau of the Public Debt, and in the memo section, notate that it’s a Gift to reduce the Debt Held by the Public. Mail your check to:

Attn Dept G
Bureau of the Public Debt
P. O. Box 2188
Parkersburg, WV 26106-2188

Annual Gift Contributions Made By Americans To The Bureau of The Public Debt To Reduce Our 16 Trillion National Debt:
2012 $7,629,043.57
2011 $3,277,369.23
2010 $2,840,466.75
2009 3,063,057.05
2008 2,189,358.89
2007 2,624,862.42
2006 1,646,209.41
2005 1,455,541.65
2004 664,911.25
2003 1,277,423.40
2002 744,675.06
2001 1,645,082.28
2000 1,868,891.93
1999 1,457,510.59
1998 1,535,541.02
1997 955,897.15
1996 1,985,175.10

Pauley Perrette is reportedly worth $12 million dollars.

According to The White House Budget Report for 2012 (page 171), the federal government is estimated to spend $3.728 Trillion (while only receiving $2.6 trillion in taxes).

Giving the President some leeway and to make the math easy, let’s just say America will spend in 2012 $3.65 trillion.
So it costs $10 billion a day to run the government, or
$416 million an hour, or
$6.9 million a minute.

So with Pauley’s reportedly $12 million net worth, you could run the government for 1.73 minutes.