How to Buy 3 New Joint Strike Fighters a WeekPosted by Randy | April 13, 2011
Here’s how: China holds 12.1 percent of our total public debt. According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, our interest payments to China are $73.9 million each day for Fiscal Year 2011, based on their proportion of public debt.
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