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AUSTERITY=Who doesn't get the credit/printed money



June 16, 2011 – Comments (14)

Now it becomes fun.

Brown Vetoes California Budget With a Pledge to Seek $9 Billion in Taxes

In a world where getting printed money is arbitrary....fights will break out on who is entitled to it.

Students?  Teachers?  Firefighters?  Rich?  Poor?  Families?  Politicians?  Doctors?

When America was founded, it was our own labor that generated our production...that is why we enacted laws preserving private property rights....because private property was deemed an extention of our life.

Today, or production is simply a byproduct of credit....often provided by government spending in one way or another.....yet we still want private property rights when it is government handing us what we have.....

So expect more and more to demand what they feel is rightfully theirs...until they realize that everything they have was because government gave it to them or government printing money and spending preserved its value.

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#1) On June 16, 2011 at 9:53 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

Greek default could trigger chain reaction

No kidding....when its all Greek to me.  Welcome to Concentric Contraction in a Zombulation world.....something Alstry has been blogging about for a few years....and something the "experts" will tell you they couldn't see it coming.

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#2) On June 16, 2011 at 10:23 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:


You think the Greeks are going to take this like sheep when IMF bankers are raping maids in $3000 a night hotel rooms?

The Greeks eat sheep...they are not sheep.

Now watch the world react as Zombulation comes to their nation.

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#3) On June 16, 2011 at 10:40 PM, L0RDZ (90.74) wrote:


:-P   come on dude.... really ?


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#4) On June 16, 2011 at 11:54 PM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Comrade Alstrymous --

     I believe that Germany and France will gather the cash/commitments to bail out Greece yet again. When Sarkozy sees that french anchor bank BNP Paribus has a 25% share of Greek debt, France will do anything to make sure the sheep keep grazing.

     BTW, BNP Paribus owns the U.S. banking chain "Bank of the West." My wife used to work for them and she still holds a bit of BNP converted options.

     As for Californication, time for a new thought . . . 

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#5) On June 16, 2011 at 11:57 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

France is bankrupt...and without Europe and America buying, Germany is not far behind.

We are all Zombulated the question is how does the world react as we all find out in the next few months.

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#6) On June 17, 2011 at 12:00 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

. . . Sempai ~

     The Democrats control the CA legislature, governship, and state courts. So why did Guv Moon-beam veto the Democrat legislature's state budget? Because when everything is falling to pieces, the Democrat legislature is/was planning to grow the budget by 25% over 3-years.

     Short of legalizing the green stuff those guys are smoking, Jerry Ronstadt made the right move with his magical veto writing device. 

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#7) On June 17, 2011 at 12:03 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

In the end it doesn't matter.

The FEDERAL deficit, which drives much of CA's economy, is about 2X income tax receipts.

Even if we doubled income taxes, it would not be enough to bridge the deficit. 

Right now we are all wissing in the pind, until we bankrupt the nation and restructure.

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#8) On June 17, 2011 at 12:10 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

     That's just it Al, Europe and America are still buying hoping to keep the staus quo -- that is not allowing a Euro currency state to fail.

     They will muddle through again this weekend.

     Certainly its a joke, as is our own Social Security and Medicare system, but no one is willing to allow failure on their watch. Sarkozy is soon facing re-election. He will not allow BNP Paribus to be stressed beyond recovery.

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#9) On June 17, 2011 at 12:17 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote: the end, something will trigger the entire global economy to blow up.  It could be Greece, it could be war, who knows?

But when its over...a new economy will be created...and it will be an Udder World.

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#10) On June 17, 2011 at 12:19 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

     All I can do Comrade is recommend an excellent, inexpensive wine for the world's ills. 2007 was one of the best growing years in NorCal for Cabernet grapes. Locally I can get this for under $6 a bottle. If'n you see it in y'all's neck of the woods, buy it!

Blackstone Winemaker's Select Cabernet Sauvignon California 2007|0

     Perhaps we'll see it in the future as an Udder offering? 

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#11) On June 17, 2011 at 12:37 AM, L0RDZ (90.74) wrote:

The comrade  Old  Soviet union terminology is most suitable  for two fools such as yourselves.

One with a neglible score and the other one not far behind.

Isn't everyone bankrupt ?  Antarticans, mexicans, mexicants,  North Americans,  South Americans,  Europeans, Africans, Asians, Australians,  and whoever else.

So  go suck on cow organs, nice solution, not.


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#12) On June 17, 2011 at 1:08 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

     Old Soviet terms Master Lordy-lord? You really aren't very well read are you? Me thinks the pointy knight's helmet doesn't really fit you, for your youthful braggard head is too large.

     There are those that crave to show others they are great, while some simply have no need.

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#13) On June 17, 2011 at 2:47 AM, ikkyu2 (98.18) wrote:

You know what, alstry, you ought to listen to rap music.  Try the DMX.  He's got about the same perspective you do.  Got there by a different route.

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#14) On June 17, 2011 at 10:50 AM, L0RDZ (90.74) wrote:

LORDZ  does have big heads.... just ask the ladies... lol....

 Oh my god now I'm talking about myself in like the 4th person ?? or what nots...

 I'm not your comrat....  me thinks the lady doth protest much.

knights now a days wear body armor or none at all...  But the laws of the land  forbid mere normals to own body armor ?   still it doesn't take a genius to  make bullet proof  surfaces or  go around the flawed  rules.

Still I would love to see the old rules of  trial by combat return to the court system.

Old Germanic  rules of  conflict resolution  :) when no witnesses  or  its your word against mine.

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