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CRASH ALERT!!!!! Are we all about to go broke?????

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May 21, 2009 – Comments (10)

Bill Gross on TV forecasting USA no longer AAA.

Denninger reporting foreigners dumping treasuries at the bid.

State of CA proposing to force cities to loan the state money cities don't have.

Interest Rates skyrocketing today.

Has the world finally said no mas....why the hell should we lend to a nation that loans its weakest borrowers trillions of dollars with no money down and little credit check at almost no interest that is set to skyrocket in a few years????????....and then infects the world with that debt by repackaging it and lying about its quality.......

Are we right on the edge where nobody will fund our debt?  Has the FU virus spread to the point where the world is going to say FU to America? Will Deej finally appreciate the wisdom of Alstrynomics if everything goes to hell in a hand basket and he didn't prepare?  Will interest rates go so high that the economoy effectively shuts down?

Today's interest rate move was quite remarkable.

Quite frankly all or none of the above are possible.  The Zombulator is out in full force draining America of its money as we take our nations wealth and piss it away to keep bankrupt banks on life support when it could be used to stimulate the economy.

I have been documenting the effects of the FU virus and Zombulator for the past year. Few on CAPs wanted to tell Geithner and Bernanke that the Zombie Bank policy was leading to Zombie Nation....except of course for Alstry and a few others.

 Is the patient now critical and in the ICU due to negligence???.........is there a Doctor in the house????....

If my diagnosis is right....the effects of the FU viru  and Zombulator will make The Great Depression look like a recovery compared to what we are about to face.

Sorry, but when so few choose to believe and it actually happens......it is what it is.........if the good do nothing.

 

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#1) On May 21, 2009 at 10:03 PM, ChrisGraley (29.75) wrote:

Bill Gross on TV forecasting USA no longer AAA.

Denninger reporting foreigners dumping treasuries at the bid.

State of CA proposing to force cities to loan the state money cities don't have.

Interest Rates skyrocketing today.

Has the world finally said no mas....why the hell should we lend to a nation that loans its weakest borrowers trillions of dollars with no money down and little credit check at almost no interest that is set to skyrocket in a few years????????....and then infects the world with that debt by repackaging it and lying about its quality.......

Are we right on the edge where nobody will fund our debt?

Man Alsry if you could have just stopped right there, you would have had a great post and respect from most of us.

Everything else after that sounds like a 30 old teenager that lives in his parent's basement and has never had a girlfriend

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#2) On May 21, 2009 at 11:54 PM, ChrisGraley (29.75) wrote:

Update to this point Alstry...

9 recs and only my comment on here.

Get rid of the third person thing, the thousand exclamation points and all the words that you just made up and people will take you seriously.

Sure you'll still get arguements, but people will argue content over personality.

Quite frankly, you can beat most people on content, but lose on personality because you try too hard and don't respond to feedback.

I'm not trying to be mean here, but to help you out.

You can win debates if you stick to what you know and and keep your ego in check.

 

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#3) On May 22, 2009 at 12:06 AM, alstry (35.46) wrote:

Chris,

Imagine a world where the content is crap and the delivery is crisp......and the whole world belives the crap.

Think of Alstry as a method blogger trying to teach you to see thru the crap.

Alstry blogs to help investors beat the market...the rest is just wrapping.

There is a purpose behind the persona....one day it will be clear.

Remember...Alstrynomics is all about being right.

 

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#4) On May 22, 2009 at 12:38 AM, checklist34 (99.71) wrote:

it all began with liberalism and welfare.  its so sad some people don't have a house.

it all ends...  ???? 

its so sad those ____ people don't have a house, a white collar job, a this, a that.  never mind that they cannot possible ever have those because they lack the talent motivation ambition drive and competence.  In this wildly socialist nation, we should all have the same.  In this perversely politically correct nation, we are all equally talented.  The only reason, per Obama and basically all liberals, that one person got more is because they are evil. 

The real upside, for the long term, in the US of this crisis is that it will break the back of the PC movement and liberalism in the US.  How did we get here?  Trying to give people who can't something they just can't.  A houe, responsibilities, not all people can accomplish that.  Leave the rewards for those who can, etc. 

Welfare everybody rich.  That was the dream, it ended badly. 

If alstry et all wind up right...  it'll be good for me, good for my family, good for my children, because if this country actually winds up in a real crisis...  PC and welfare and liberalism will finally die their long overdue heinous death.

When really stressed, we think of how to survive.  And that is on the backs of the innovative, the hard working, the motivated, the ambitious, and the creative.  Adn when I say creative I don't mean a pointless barf artist form Brooklyn, I mean someone who can do something actually usfeful. 

It would suck for the short term, but help in the long term if Obama failed, if he got his way, if every american got welfare aplenty to the tune of the destruction of everything. 

Eventually, finally, after years of hiding in submission, some sense of reality and reason and practicality would return to this nation, and we would again capitalist be.

was it wall street greed?  or was it PC welfare socialism that got us into this recession?

I vote the latter.  Clinton, then Bush, now Obama vote "its sooooooo sad some americans dont' have / / /  can't afford thier house!!!!  ;lets all pay for it with taxpayer money"

let the losers thrive. 

Wall street bailout in actual $$$ spent:  probably negative as the taxpayers will probably benefit from tarp sans AIG. 

Welfare bailout every year:  700 billion.  every.  single.  year.  just stop paying people to do nothing and we're out of debt very very quickly.

But welfare folks get the same vote as a guy who invents something and creates 5000 jobs.  And as such people like obama are destined to win alot of elections.

In vegas 3 months ago, sayeth my cabbie to me:  "its so great to be american"

sayeth me:  "why?"

he:  "with obama, a black man, in office we will all be rich.  he will give usa ll money and we' won't have to work again.  its so great"

please jesus allah buddah and my old favorite girlfriend, let this end in a better future by lettng working americans finally have enough and get sick of the freebies to so many.

please cripes, codfish, peter pan, and apple pie let this be in the end a step away from welfare and survival of the least ift.

watch idiocracy, understand that this is the future obama wishes for.

dime

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#5) On May 22, 2009 at 3:05 AM, eaenglish10 (26.94) wrote:

I like the content of your blogs. Our nation is headed down the crapper.

The third person thing, Alstrynomics, etc. Lose the ego man. Read some Tolle.

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#6) On May 22, 2009 at 3:43 AM, automaticaev (30.95) wrote:

hmm i think my recent positions of emx ire and citigroup havent even noticed thr drop in the dow. 

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#7) On May 22, 2009 at 3:55 AM, automaticaev (30.95) wrote:

wow all 3 actually went up. exm is at 10.90 from 9.6 ire is from 7- 8.3 and city may have lost 1 cent.  profits will be much better for city in 2010.

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#8) On May 22, 2009 at 4:04 AM, automaticaev (30.95) wrote:

if market goes green i think they will all go up a decent amount more.  Dunno how long they can stand the reds...

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#9) On May 22, 2009 at 4:05 AM, automaticaev (30.95) wrote:

remember citi 10% increase projected earnings in 2010 is very consevative. 

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#10) On May 22, 2009 at 4:05 AM, automaticaev (30.95) wrote:

remember citi 10% increase projected earnings in 2010 is very consevative. 

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