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October 28, 2009 – Comments (6)

Durable Goods Orders Up ONLY 1%????  With a $2 TRILLION dollar deficit stimulating?????

$2 Trillion of deficit spending (about 15% of a shrinking credit based GDP) and durable goods up only 1%!!!!  ONLY 1% with a $2 Trillion dollar deficit!!!!!

Think about that.....we would be in a massive depression but for our government to borrowing and spending about $6000 for every man, woman and child in the nation.

And Spetember tax receipts were slowing even MORE!!!!!!

Soon you will understand that media, bankers and the government were lying to you.  Unemployment is NOT under 10%.  The GDP is NOT growing when tax receipts are imploding, revenues are evaporating, and job losses and wage cuts are exploding.

If you want growth, focus on welfare, unemployment and military...those areas are growing and growing fast.

No wonder ratings at CNBC and other mainstream media were down 30%, 50% and more!!!!  People are tuning out of the bull and tuning into Alstrynomics and other clear perspectives based on an objective presentation of the facts.

Ask yourself:

Do our politicians represent the citizens of our nation OR the bankers and foreign business interests.  You have been sold out and now they are coming after your assets, your livlihood and the life as you knew it.  Notice how much money Al Gore will be making with Carbon Taxes???  We are bailing out banks and Chicago is contemplating selling the water system???  I know it may take some effort, but its time to start thinking Fools.

Soon you internal combustion motor vehicle will be taxed out of existence.....so will your current home......next your job.  None of this was hard to see, simply difficult to accept with little preparation or notice.

11.10.9.....it is the time to Feel now that you know.

 

 

6 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On October 28, 2009 at 9:28 AM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- GMAC is selling $2.9 billion in government-guaranteed debt, expected to price Wednesday, according to Informa Global Markets. The sale comes as the troubled lender, once the financing arm of General Motors, is reportedly looking for another government bailout. The 3-year securities will be backed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program initiated about a year ago to help financial institutions access the credit markets by effectively lending them the government's AAA rating in exchange for a fee. The program has allowed banks to borrow billions at much cheaper rates than they would have paid amid the credit crisis.

AND WE ARE GIVING THE EXECUTIVES OF THESE COMPANIES BILLIONS IN BONUSES??????

FOR WHAT????  WELCOME TO THE WORLD WHERE GOVERNMENT SCREWS THE TAXPAYER AND BONUSES THE BANKER!!!!....with taxpayer dollars???

And these jokers were elected????

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#2) On October 28, 2009 at 9:48 AM, jddubya (< 20) wrote:

"No wonder ratings at CNBC and other mainstream media were down 30%, 50% and more!!!!  People are tuning out of the bull and tuning into Alstrynomics and other clear perspectives based on an objective presentation of the facts."

 LOL - you're really making it clear that you're living in a fairy tale world where your reality is really quite questionable...

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#3) On October 28, 2009 at 9:50 AM, jddubya (< 20) wrote:

"Soon you will understand that media, bankers and the government were lying to you."

But... but... all of your splattering of information comes from the media.

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#4) On October 28, 2009 at 10:07 AM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

Facts and Conclusions.....

You must learn to distinguish the two....

Alstry, Alstrynomics, and the Institute of Alstrynomics distills the facts to logical conclusions....

The media distorts the facts to misleading presentations through soundbites and headlines.....

The world has become focused on the headline and not the facts

It is why Alstrynomics is so powerful..it does the work for you that few are willing or capable of doing

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#5) On October 28, 2009 at 10:25 AM, jddubya (< 20) wrote:

"It is why Alstrynomics is so powerful.."

LOL!!!! You're comic relief is appreciated on this otherwise bland and dull day.

I can't wait for 11.10.9 - Right here, right now I'm here to tell everyone what's going on.  I'm surprised that others haven't researched this...here's my short list of events that I'm pondering:

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL/MOTEL & RESTAURANT SHOW®

TelcoTV 2009

Apollo Space Program Virtual Conference for Educators

Arctic Monkeys and Eagles of Death Metal in Heineken Music hall, NL


Oh man, and look what's happening at Stanford University!:

Hepatitis B Virus and Aflatoxin: A Conspiracy for Liver Cancer in China

Biodiversity and Biooptics of Gelatinous Zooplankton

Simple Parenting 101

SiCa Presents: Gwyneth Lewis, National Poet of Wales

"Stalking the Two-Dimensional Electron"

An Evening with Verlyn Klinkenborg

 

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#6) On October 28, 2009 at 10:54 AM, catoismymotor (< 20) wrote:

A few weeks ago I challenged my clothes dryer to a foot race. I figured it would win because it is used to running. Sadly I was mistaken. It turns out large appliances are not very durable when it comes to athletic events.

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