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Well at least the rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain

- by - January 22, 2013 - 03:35 America/New_York - 5 Comments

And we’ll not have ANY of their pain because we can print and borrow money forever with no thought for when our bonds become worthless due to hyper inflation. Can’t happen here, we have the “Second Coming” running our government, just ask his financial wizards and media sycophants, they’ll tell you.

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  1. RosalindJ

    January 22nd, 2013

    Those are some seriously rattling numbers.

    I would say things will implode in an ugly way sometime next November when the cities can’t replenish their foodstores without some kind of military intervention.

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  2. The Mad German

    January 22nd, 2013

    I don’t prescribe to conspiracy theories, but how the hell can anyone who doesn’t have intentions of purposely collapsing the economy not see this by whats happening in other countries that have taken the same economic measures?

    I think Obama has watched the movie “A man who would be king” too many times and thinks he can be the savior….he just needs the permanant coronation and appointment.

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  3. RosalindJ

    January 22nd, 2013

    I’m not doing conspiracy theories either, but I don’t think bammy is acting on his own. It’s as if he’s acting in concert with destabilizing forces. One thing these self-appointed saviors know best is that nature abhors a vacuum, and they intend to step right up to provide the leverage to shunt populations to totalitarianism.

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  4. Stranded in Sonoma

    January 22nd, 2013

    That’s nothing. Bank of America and the like are cutting thousands of jobs every quarter, if not every month. Before I left BoA the number they said they were going to cut was 30,000 in three years. That was a year ago.

    Putting your “money” in a local bank or credit union is better but still far from safe since Osocialist will just inflate the paper, call it money, and destroy your purchasing power. And when the full force and effect of ObamaTax hits, your paycheck will be whimpering from the thrashing it will take.

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  5. RosalindJ

    January 22nd, 2013

    That’s why things like beans, bullets, water filters and hands-on skills with the tools to actually perform them are priceless to me. The list doesn’t stop there.

    Putting your money in a local bank or credit union might prove fruitless as far as earning anything of it, but it does go a ways toward creating a relationship with people in your community – provided you are in what you consider to be a good place.

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