"For its part, the Greek parliament is looking into deals national authorities did in 2000 with help from Goldman Sachs that allowed them to mask the size of the country's debt through complex financial instruments," the Post reported.
I think our Greek friends may be on to something. Let's threatenaction against the Democrats here in the U.S. about their questionable accounting practices and fraudulent portrayal of how fiscally salubrious ObamaCare will be.
"Eventually, the deficit damage starts to add up. According to the CBO, if you scrap a few of the bill’s more fanciful assumptions—cuts to Medicare payments, a slowing of the growth of insurance subsidies, implementation of the tax on “Cadillac” insurance plans (which union lobbyists already have managed to delay by five years)—the deficit will grow “in a broad range around one-quarter percent of GDP,” or about $600 billion, in the second decade. Fiscally responsible!"