A time capsule of the greatest financial mania in the history of mankind, told in real-time by regular folks and patriots. May future generations better understand the madness of crowds, and how power and money corrupt.
out of control spending
--------------------------------------------------------------Keith great pic of of Da Fureur but you forgot to add 2 thingsThe Red Suite and the Horns
Our foreign adventures will lead us to bankruptcy
Deficits don't matter!Bush went to skool at Yale!
Yup. Let's get rid of the military, who needs it?
Military but no health care for the people, nice, thanks King George
The sad part is that the elites control everything. El Presidente' Jorge is part of the crowd as is his father. Both the Dems and Repubs are both controlled by them.Wake the Hell up America! These assholes are buying property in Central America for what? Because they can't find plenty of good farm land in America?
"Yup. Let's get rid of the military, who needs it?"Yeah, you're right since the only possible choices are spending too much on the military or eliminating it entirely.Moron.
My favorite 'cocktail party' tidbit is that we spend more on the military than the next 8 countries combined. That was several years ago...it's probably 12 counries by now.Word to wingnut chickenhawks....boo.Can you say Soviet Union redux?
Osama said, we will bleed you on the ground and financially. Guess what, Osama won. Wake Up America, we have lost again (Nam and Korea).Throwing money at a problem does not solve the problem. War on drugs, we lost. War on Poverty, we are losing, War on terror, we are losing. Debt for our children. We got that.
enough? hell no we need to fire MORE american's:IBM Workers To Hold 15-Minute Strike To Protest Planned Job CutsMay 15, 2007 12:52 p.m. ESTGeoffrey Ramos - AHN Staff WriterNew York, NY (AHN) - IBM union employees are set to hold a 15-minute work stoppage on Tuesday to protest a planned layoff of around 150,000 jobs in the U.S.The union, Alliance@IBM, has called on IBM employees in the U.S. to stop working for 15 minutes, including not answering phone calls and instant messages. Workers in Italy are also planning a similar protest in support of their U.S. counterparts, according to infoworld.com.The union said IBM cut over 1,300 jobs in one of its divisions in the U.S. Another planned layoff is rumored to affect some 150,000 jobs in the country.IBM officials confirmed that the company was implementing a "focused resource reduction in the U.S." but denied that it would affect as many workers as reported.IBM's growing investments outside the U.S., particularly in India where it employs some 53,000 workers, have caused concerns particularly from U.S. workers who feel they would eventually lose their jobs to workers outside the United States.Copyright © AHN Media Corp - All rights reserved.Redistribution, republication. syndication, rewriting or broadcast is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of AHN.
enough? No Way we have to censor people too:Michigan GOP leader wants Paul barred from future debates5/16/2007, 7:07 p.m. EDTBy JIM DAVENPORTThe Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The chairman of the Michigan Republican Party said Wednesday that he will try to bar Ron Paul from future GOP presidential debates because of remarks the Texas congressman made that suggested the Sept. 11 attacks were the fault of U.S. foreign policy.Michigan party chairman Saul Anuzis said he will circulate a petition among Republican National Committee members to ban Paul from more debates. At a GOP candidates' debate Tuesday night, Paul drew attacks from all sides, most forcefully from former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, when he linked the terror attacks to U.S. bombings."Have you ever read about the reasons they attacked us? They attack us because we've been over there. We've been bombing Iraq for 10 years," Paul said. Advertisement Anuzis called the comments "off the wall and out of whack.""I think he would have felt much more comfortable on the stage with the Democrats in what he said last night. And I think that he is a distraction in the Republican primary and he does not represent the base and he does not represent the party," Anuzis said during an RNC state leadership meeting."Given what he said last night it was just so off the wall and out of whack that I think it was more detrimental than helpful."Anuzis said his petition would go to debate sponsors and broadcasters to discourage inviting Paul.Jesse Benton, Paul's campaign spokesman, said the candidate "is supporting the traditional GOP foreign policy. I think it's a shame when people try to silence the traditional conservative Republican standpoint."After the debate Tuesday, Paul said he didn't' expect his remarks to end his campaign."The last time I got a message out about my position on the war it boosted us up by tens of thousands and I didn't change my position," Paul said. "I think the American people are sick and tired of this war and want it ended."
whipe that stupid expression off of your face chimp.....
I wonder when exactly historians will say that the United States changed from a Republic to an Empire. Probably right around the time the Star Wars movies were setting box office records, which is terribly ironic.
Anonymous said... enough? No Way we have to censor people too:Michigan GOP leader wants Paul barred from future debatesWell of course. We don't need anyone speaking the truth now do we? The elites are screwing this country America. WAKE THE F***K UP ALREADY!!!!!!!
I can't wait until Hitlery takes over and cuts spending. I know that Democrats will be commited to lower spending, lower taxes and less government intrusion into our lives.**sarcasm off**
Anon said: Probably right around the time the Star Wars movies were setting box office records, which is terribly ironic.I think it was JFK. a coup and the beginning of the rot. CIA took over, propagnada became the norm and "guns and butter" was the economy.Space program, Bahahaha - a distraction from the mass murder of our boys in nam.lies.may as well be the matrix. soon we will plug our brains into a PS3 or make that PS6 and virtual worlds will be our world.
America needs to make something. The entire economy is based on service. What will we do next time we are threatened? Will we have China make our bombs, tanks, and planes?Our muscle is sagging along with our currency.
"ake Up America, we have lost again"yep, we are really losing in Afghanistan. Dork.Where is that big Taliban spring offensive? Did they run out of children to hide behind?
We spend that kinda scratch and we can't pacify one shitty little ME desert wasteland? WTFJAFO
As a Canadian, I am upset that we're at the top o' the list. We are, as a nation, mediocraties. So I demand we are moved, henceforth, to the middle of the list. If that requires more governMental borrowing or spending, so be it!!!Cheers, Haggis
Anonymous said...Where is that big Taliban spring offensive? Did they run out of children to hide behind?May 17, 2007 5:19 PMWhat did we win? wemoved some dirt around. we are growing poppie for them.you silly little boot licking corpratist. WE LOST AGAIN, WE will continue to LOSE.
Anonymous said... I can't wait until Hitlery takes over and cuts spending. I know that Democrats will be commited to lower spending, lower taxes and less government intrusion into our lives.**sarcasm off** I have some news for you since you seem to of missed something. Neither Party can give a rat's ass about me or you. Politics is a narcotic to control the masses. Look at their actions and not their words. The elites will screw us all! By the way, have you flown down to Central America to pick out a spread for yourself and the family? No? Well why the Hell not because George, Bill and Hillary have already bought.
Sure, I've had "enough" of Shrub, but we're stuck with this evil liar for another 18 months!
I have some news for you since you seem to of missed somethingAnother illiterate Democrat speaks out. It's seemed to HAVE missed not seemed to OF missed you dolt. Learn the basics of English and maybe you'll move up in life. Or read blogs all day while collecting welfare, your choice.
Anonymous said... Our foreign adventures will lead us to bankruptcy Dumfucks like you said the same thing in 1940.
Pay up suckers! While you guys are working your butts off to buy guns and transfer wealth to Bush's cronies, the rest of the planet is taking 30 days vacation, traveling around the world, having fun. Man, your dollar is in the toilet, too. Hey Canadians, Australians, etc, let's got to the beach and party with the chicks while the Americans spin the hamster-wheel to support illegals and Bush cronies. And now with those 15 million new illegals coming legal, your country will become very interesting. Do you Americans know that illegals who become legal pay on average only US$1 in taxes for every US$3 in welfare they receive? Don't worry about voting anymore because there will be enough Mexicans to do that for you. Pay up suckers!
"Well why the Hell not because George, Bill and Hillary have already bought."Actually, Bill bought in the Republican Dominican, which is becoming the in place for celeb getaways. Nevertheless, better Bill than Bush or any other Republican crook running right now. Ron Paul is the only decent one from that group of crooks.
Did not realize the political gall? reguired to cast a vote to kill other peoples mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and children and wives.........do we not expect to pay for the delusion and patriotism and ignorance that led us blindly like ignorant sheeple deluded and crazy, vrs/ U.N controls of heritage sites, yours?, in your lands?/// ,
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