Today, the Treasury Department reported a plunge in foreign purchases of long-term U.S. government debt. It fell to $11 billion in April, from $55 billion the month before. Three of America's biggest creditors -- that'd be China, Japan and Russia -- all cut back on their holdings of U.S. debt. And our senior business correspondent Bob Moon reports they are not the only ones getting anxious over the exploding U.S. deficit.Listen, Chijanussia, just shut your pie hole and give us our money. If you don't, well just make a bunch of it. From paper. In our money factory.