Posted Feb 27, 2013 by Martin Armstrong
Shakespeare’s Polonius offered this classic advice to his son: “neither a borrower nor a lender be.” Ben Franklin commented on the subject of debt saying: “Rather go to bed supperless than rise in debt.” The politics of debt has always ruined the state. The celebrated British economist John Maynard Keynes said it like this: “If I owe you a pound, I have a problem; but if I owe you a million, the problem is yours.” Indeed, the problem is the bondholders. It is our problem only until government cannot squeeze blood from a stone. Then with the uptick in interest rates, the slight rise will have a doubling effect on interest rates because they are artificially too low.
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