Oh we could get just like Greece. Super hyperinflation due to printing money and demand could do a lot.
The FDIC I is insurance on our money. I remember having clients who would ask well what if the FDIC can't pay me back? I would say at that point that would be the least of your worries.
Of course they are different man.
But how many times does Sweden's system get brought in to compare to the US? Greece's issue, much like Sweden, can't be compared to the US.
Now what you can argue is implementation of either country and how it goes from there.
The takeaways from Greece that you can bring to the table for the US is the slippery slope of entitlements and money supply and unemployment and how things get funded.
You might be the one conflating here.
If you can keep the outflow under 4-5 k i don't see why you can't have a good monthly net. Talk to some bean counters and look at your cash flow and the human capital part at home and employees and you can do very well.