Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Reality Observed. . .

Some Have The Ability To See The Actual Reality - Here Are But A Few...
by The Old Hippie Because You Still “Allow,” Even With All The Exposed Lies And Destructions.

  -  “The Man Who Would Be Bush”
      Are Americans unusually stupid or is it something our president put 
      in the water? ? ! ?

  -  Official says Fraud Loophole was a ‘Mistake’
      “What you’re saying is this wasn’t a conspiracy, it was a mistake.”
      “I don’t trust the Bush administration on this,” Welch said...

  -  “US Won’t Get a Gold Medal for Human Rights”
      Man, this country really cracks me up.  Yeah, let’s just preach to
      other countries about human rights -- Want a really good laugh?
 Your Right

Bush Actually Did Say It...  (And You Pretty Much “Allowed” Him To Prove It.)

“Stop throwing the Constitution in my face.

It's just a goddamn piece of paper!”


George W. Bush


[For those who doubt he actually said it - Here is the quote’s verification link.]

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = =  <  B e l o w  T h e  F o l d  >  = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 

A“Below The Fold” bonus Article - Concerning how...
“High Unemployment and High Inflation Make This Recession Different”
- Enjoy the read -

“The Cavalry Isn’t Coming”

“Why is this recession different from almost all other recessions?” asked Herbert Barchoff.  The economist, a former president of the Council of Economic Advisers, answered his own question: “This is not only the usual cyclical recession, but also a structural recession.”

But wait.  There’s even more bad news.

Two-thirds of economic activity is generated by consumer spending.  Most people are broke ... “In 2000,” reports David Leonhardt in The Times, “at the end of the last economic expansion, the median family made about $61,000, according to the Census Bureau’s inflation-adjusted numbers.  In 2007, in what looks to have been the final year of the most recent expansion, the median family, amazingly, seems to have made less--about $60,500.”



1 Comments:

At 4/25/2008 1:24 PM, Anonymous Menopausal Mick said...

Great article. I think he may even be optimistic...but talking about that would only make things worse.

I keep pushing for American to throw itself into the alterntive energy/solar race. There is a Gates/Microsoft Industrial Revolution type of event waiting to happen in the world and the only thing that has stopped solar from being mainstream affordable so far has been the batteries needed for energy storage.

Japan has developed a new type of storage that will make anything we have out-moded. Once again our country will be too slow to accept change from our spoiled and silly ways and we'll lose out on the opportunity to actually help this economy by once again creating an export product the rest of the world would actually buy.

Not to mention helping to save our existence as a species.

Not to mention possibly saving our Democracy by removing the reason to be in the Middle East...yeah, I know shortened version, but I figure you already know all the rest and I haven't even finished reading the site yet.

Okay, I'll hush up now. I was just so excited to see someone else as worried and angry as I've been.

Menopausal Mick

 

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