â€œWe donâ€™t have an immediate crisis in terms of debt,â€ President Barack Obama declared in March. â€œIn fact, for the next 10 years, itâ€™s going to be in a sustainable place.â€ But as Veronique de Rugy observes, this attitude is reminiscent of the yarn about a man jumping off the roof of a 10-story building and, around the third floor, saying, â€œEverything looks fine so far!â€ The reality is that America does have a debt problem, she continues, and the presidentâ€™s attempts to downplay the continuing crisis are not making things any better.
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