Later on you also note that we should concern ourselves with inflation, but that flatly contradicts your earlier categorical statements. I suggest that you phrase yourself with greater precision, so that your statements are internally consistent.

The nominal debt level and debt-to-GDP ratio tell us nothing about inflation. Take Japan for example. Japan has a debt-to-GDP ratio more than TWICE our own and has actually struggled to generate inflation for over 20 years. I have not been inconsistent in my statements. You are making unfounded assumptions about the relationship between debt and inflation.

Corporate accountant and former auditor with degrees in philosophy and accounting.

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