Skip to comments.The Rising Risk of a Systemic Financial Meltdown: The Twelve Steps to Financial Disaster
Posted on 02/08/2008 9:22:07 PM PST by TigerLikesRooster
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I moved my family from SoCal to north Florida, AKA “Florgia.” But I agree there is much to admire in TN, the Carolinas etc.
I hope you didn’t think I was negative about Florida. Some people from Minnesota and Maine find the southern part a little too hot, a little too New York-ish. Florida is wonderful. I’d take it any day over the winters in New England. The cost of living is great too.
Oh no, I understood. I was just distinguishing north FL (like GA and AL) from the rest of FL. I used to live in south FL: no thanks, been there done that. Too many people, not enough land or water.
I’m just having some thoughts about this economic meltdown and the primaries.
Is it possible that the GOP (and maybe the Democrats too) knows just how bad the recession might get and are giving this election away?
Is that why we've consistently had lower unemployment rates and higher GDP growth rates than Germany?
You are the idiot child of this thread.
You are hardly in the elite zone but the same forked tongue elites who promote crazy trade deficits are heavy investors in gold which benefits from the trashed U$D which their policies create
Check out ABX.
It’s the Bush family gold mine
You too can hedge yourself against the retard trade policies you espouse
10% chance of it happening but if the economy goes into crisis mode in the next 5 months McCain will get dumped for Mitt Romney who actually has a clue about economics and who hasn't been getting a Federal gubbermint check for nearly all his working life
John McCain said Mitt was piling up millions while McCain served for minimal compensation. True up to a point. But Juan McCain is the one who promotes economy killers like McCain-Lieberman Kyoto climate control and the invasion from Mexico. So McCain is more macho and tough but more stupid and disloyal to American sovereignty
Don’t lose sleep over it kid. Germany and Japan are doing just fine and haven’t juiced up their economy with housing bubbles. Japan’s real estate bubble is years in the past and they learned from it
Credit card debt just might be the nest bubble crisis. Are you maxed out on your cards the same as you advocate for the USA? That running up huge trade deficits is just fine? What do you free trade dopes call it? A capital surplus? Hahahahahahah
Why would your ignorance make me lose sleep?
Germany and Japan are doing just fine
Are you maxed out on your cards
the same as you advocate for the USA?
Where did I do that? Link?
That running up huge trade deficits is just fine?
Waiting for you to prove they're harmful.
A capital surplus?
I know the technical terms are difficult for you to understand.
I gave you ABX and that’s all you get from me today. Now run along kid and go play in the sandbox. And don’t pull your sister’s hair!
Wow, ABX and Bush. I’m convinced!
Why would a lower dollar increase German exports / decrease imports?
Are you a fan of Fiat cars or Fiat money or both or neither?
Germany runs trade surplus pretty much independent of whether dollar is up or down versus the Euro. There are fluctuations but not large ones.
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