What United States is this guy talking about?
I think he needs to change pharmacists..
posted on 01/06/2013 4:53:04 PM PST
(Constitution? What Constitution?)
posted on 01/06/2013 4:53:12 PM PST
the Great Recession began in America
Central banks were propping up Europe big time back in the early part of the century. It's been a worldwide crisis for years. The US recession was only the latest symptom.
posted on 01/06/2013 4:55:38 PM PST
(Pray for America)
“What United States is this guy talking about?”
LOL I was wondering the same thing
posted on 01/06/2013 5:26:14 PM PST
(Freedom to Fascism. Aaron Russo)
Sure ain’t this one. And why did the Telegraph hire a guy whose name is Bootle?
posted on 01/06/2013 5:30:06 PM PST
spurs economy towards revival
posted on 01/06/2013 5:46:07 PM PST
If this guy thinks the United States is doing well compared to the Euro-zone the Euro-zone is ready to collapse.
posted on 01/06/2013 5:51:10 PM PST
by Nuc 1.1
(Nuc 1 Liberals aren't Patriots. Remember 1789!)
Where is this “recovery” he’s talking about? If he thinks USA is approaching some kind of recovery relative to his country, England must have slid back to Dickensian conditions. “Please,Master, might I have just a little more gruel?”.
So..it was just a flesh wound.
posted on 01/06/2013 9:47:09 PM PST
( Shall Not Be Infringed)
The U.S. is doing better than Europe not because of QE (which the euros are doing under a different name), but rather because of oilfield fracking, hyper-farming, and Web 3.0.
In fact, American citizens are doing progressively worse themselves as you get geographically further away from oilfield fracking, hyper-farming, and Web 3.0.
You can see our pessimism in proportion to our distance from those 3 growth areas.
posted on 01/06/2013 9:54:55 PM PST
(Media Bias means that Castro won't be punished for Cuban war crimes against Black Angolans in Africa)
with America and Germany recovering the most.
Yeesh. I guess that makes sense though. The Eurozone has Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
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