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To: blam
Krugman need not worry. Inflation is now and in our future. People unload cash if they have it, maybe buy another gun. Everybody, even Bernanke, maybe not Krugman, knows that we are broke and will inflate our way out of it. Default is not in the cards so as not to collapse the entire financial system. Paying the money back is not going to happen. So inflation it is.

Maybe Krugman does realize this and just wants to speed up the process? No, he thinks that inflation is like a tool, or a lubricant, just spray on the right amount. He doesn't understand inflation psychology because he has utterly no clue how most people survive by hanging on to their jobs and saving despite Bernanke's war on savers.

7 posted on 04/27/2012 4:33:21 AM PDT by palmer (Jim, please bill me 50 cents for this completely useless post)
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To: palmer

...”Krugman need not worry. Inflation is now and in our future”...

Anyone who buys gas and groceries knows we have big time inflation right now. It is the most cruel and HIDDEN tax on the American people. What they have done and are doing to us is a crime and they are doing it because they now have about half of us on the government dole. We are sheep..We are the frog oblivious to the fact that we are being boiled. I weep for my country. I weep for the dearth of honest and courageous men and women in authority positions in our institutions. Very few are willing to risk their lives and their fortunes to secure continuing freedom for us. God, empower some of those people among us who have these traits to get the visibility they need to help our citizens understand the peril we are in.


12 posted on 04/27/2012 5:09:25 AM PDT by jazzlite (esat)
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