All of what you're saying sounds very nice, but that's about it. Under our
current circumstance, your analysis just doesn't float. It sounds like the
smoke screen that Bush has been feeding us. Are you saying that $10 to $12 per
gallon for gasoline (which it will be once we go to war with Iran) is "healthy"
for the economy, and will bring about a "stronger, more efficient basis for the
American economy"? We have for the past ten years or so, been moving toward
becoming a third-world nation. Do you realize that? Do you know what that has
been doing to our sovreignty? What "expansion"?. You also fail add into your
equation, the protracted war in the middle east, which if we go to war with Iran
will drive not only the U.S. economy in the tank, but Europe as well. You also
haven't considered the powers thast be, who are behind all this. It's not just
the Federal Reserve (private banks by the way). You live in a textbook world.
Apparently, you guys don't understand basic macroeconomics. Ever heard of the
natural business cycle? It's healthy for the economy to have periods of slow
growth (even negative growth). In simplistic terms, this eliminates weak
businesses, ideas, products, processes, etc; removes bloat and inefficiencies
in companies; and causes change in management and business restructuring. All
these things then result in a stronger, more efficient basis for the American
economy to power forward in the next expansion and compete better within the
global market place. It's a completely natural and healthy
phenomena; The key is to allow the above things to happen in the quickest,
least painful way. To point the finger at any particular political party,
president etc is naive. Chicken littles need to get some perspective.
Through the remainder of this year, the economy will ccntinue to "grow"? Based
upon what, more fiat money? With our multi-trillion dollar deficit, where did
we get the money to loan Fannie and Freddie? As other banks fail (and they
will), then what? If israel and/or the U.S. goes to war with Iran (and they
eventually will), then what? This article has more doom and gloom than positive
encouragement. This time, the aspirin the Feds feed us, won't work! We are at
a point of no return. This depression will be much more serious than the crash
of 1929. Brace yourselves! Look beyond the politics - It has nothing
to do with whether you're republican or democrat.How's your food
We have CEOs running things today.And CEO's do what they do best.Knowing (like the auto industry and real estate) the only way to make big $$$
is through munitions and weaponry.Wanna know who has the most at stake?Well, let's put it THIS way:Dick and Lynn Cheney are former CEO's of
defense contractors, Halliburton and Lockheed Martin.Connected the dots
Bernanke is another genius Republican.
And why do they call it THE WHITE HOUSE because they spend all the WHITE BREAD
on a war , war , war then go to another part of the world, let the media control
what's really going on around here.
Why do I have to keep repeating myself?There is nothing wrong with the
economy.The "problems" are just caused by liberals who are always trying
to change one thing or another.Keep spending.Keep maxing out
those credit cards.If you start saving or paring down your lifestyle - you
must hate America.