Meanwhile, the US spent more than eight times its revenue last month...
"That $1.0528 trillion in spending for March equaled 8.2 times the $128.179 (Billion) in net federal tax revenue for the month."
Just last week, I was pointing out the Fed.gov spent $225 more than it took in for February, the largest monthly deficit in US history. So for March, the deficit was almost five times bigger and nobody mentions it. Is it normal for March's deficit to jump up so drastically from February? Even when February's was so big?
I've just been to WSJ Online, Fox Business, Investors Business Daily, Business Insider and the LA Times (since they had last months' story) and don't see anything else.
Personally, it gives me a bit too much pucker factor to relax.