Meanwhile, In The Real World

While the screeching on the left continues, attempting to smear half the American populace, the nation’s credit rating is in jeopardy.

One particular paragraph should catch your eye:

These measures of the U.S. debt burden include federal debt to revenue, estimated to average 397% of gross domestic product until 2020. The ratio of interest to revenue, meanwhile, is expected to rise to 17.6% by 2020, nearly double last year’s level. These are “quite high for an Aaa-rated country,” Moody’s said in its report.

Anyone else see the problem here?

These measures of the U.S. debt burden include federal debt to revenue, estimated to average 397% of gross domestic product until 2020. The ratio of interest to revenue, meanwhile, is expected to rise to 17.6% by 2020, nearly double last year’s level. These are “quite high for an Aaa-rated country,” Moody’s said in its report.
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