For some reason the song "Highway to Hell" comes to mind...
posted on 12/30/2009 2:57:19 PM PST
To: Jet Jaguar; NorwegianViking; ExTexasRedhead; HollyB; FromLori; EricTheRed_VocalMinority; ...
posted on 12/30/2009 2:57:57 PM PST
(The complete Obama list at www.nachumlist.com)
Treasury sales are crap because they are offering crappy interest rates.
posted on 12/30/2009 2:58:35 PM PST
by Blood of Tyrants
(The Second Amendment. Don't MAKE me use it.)
Sure would be great if the government stopped “fixing” the economy.
posted on 12/30/2009 3:01:04 PM PST
(ALSO SPRACH ZEROTHUSTRA)
This article can’t be right,
Over the last several days I’ve been reading in various MSM outlets that treasuries are recieveing a “positive reception”
You really don’t expect me to believe they are lying do you?
posted on 12/30/2009 3:09:08 PM PST
(There's been a huge party. All plates and the bottles are empty, all that's left is the bill to pay)
1978 was the time of Jimmy Carter. By 1979 we had 20% interest rates and massive inflation. What Obama is doing to us now is at least ten times as bad. Obama the blind, leading the blind, is taking America on the road to hell.
We better get on the road leading up. The spiritual highway. The Obama train is cruising for a crash.
To: Nachum; All
0bama is Carter on steroids! Having survived The Carter Years myself as a young woman starting out on her own, my advice is that we all had better buckle in for one helluva bumpy ride DOWN.
(And PRAY like you’ve never prayed before!!)
posted on 12/30/2009 4:17:45 PM PST
by Diana in Wisconsin
(Save the Earth. It's the only planet with chocolate.)
The Highway to Hell goes past Obama, Pelosi, Reid, Soros, and the rest of the traitors in the US Congress.
posted on 12/30/2009 4:28:20 PM PST
(Clean the RAT/RINO Sewer in 2010 and 2012)
The article is completely opaque as to "worst" in what sense? The best I can get from a close reading is that the GAP between the interest rates for sales of 10 year and 2 year debt is the widest ever, but neither is very high by the standards of the Carter era. At most, it means that short-term rates are still extremely low, and 10-year rates are close to the average of the last 10-20 years.
But the writer sure doesn't help you find out, and he could mean something completely diffferent that he isn't sharing with us!
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