Standard and Poor's, the agency responsible for Friday's downgrade, merely confirmed what anyone with their eyes open for the past decade or two already knew: The U.S. has a huge and growing debt problem that it is resolutely unwilling to solve.
Not unable. Just unwilling.
Not just politicians, but anyone who buys into their divisive, fanciful rhetoric.
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