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Here Is Where The Fun Starts......



May 27, 2010 – Comments (5)

As we proceed into the Digital Age....Americans are going to forced into making one of two decisions.

Since the bankers have cut off the private sector from credit......the private sector in America has become too small to support government.  As a result, right now government depends on the bankers to extend credit so the politicians can get paid and government keep spending.

Unfortunately, under the current system...government can't keep spending trillions it doesn't have indefinitely....just like citizens couldn't keep borrowing against their homes.

In order to keep revenues coming in, government will be forced to make one of two decisions.....go to war to regain productivity from other nations or restructure our current system and force the nation to live within its current productivity....which unfortunately right now is not very much.

So the question you must ask yourself is whether your government will become responsible and live within its means.....or force the citizens to fight for it so it can try to generate more revenues?

Welcome to the Digital Age....It will be exciting.

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#1) On May 27, 2010 at 10:48 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

The funny part is as long as a few comptuers are trading the market back and forth, the the Fools keep staring at the ticker.....most of you have no clue what is ahead.

You really think the politicians are going to be willing to take a paycut?

They lied to you about the CPI so they wouldn't have to pay you as much.....while their pay skyrocketed.

They lied to you about housing destroying many families life savings.

They lied to you that sub prime was contained....

And now they are telling you we are in a recovery as half a million people are losing jobs every week and nearly every city, county and state is bankrupt?

The only option left for the politicians to maintain their income as the money is running out is tax you everything you have and force you to go fight for them to get other nations productivity.

And the Fools keep watching the ticker?

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#2) On May 27, 2010 at 11:41 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:


Boom times at Camp Ripley good for the local economy
This year, Camp Ripley will be experiencing the largest influx of trainees in its history. This month alone, special events will bring in 2,875 people for training. The special events trainees then increase to 4,720 in June, 1,701 in July, 4,050 in August and 900 in September.

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#3) On May 27, 2010 at 12:32 PM, dinodelaurentis (83.33) wrote:

Yes, same as it ever was.... Letting the days go by...  :-D Interesting post on the gold buying habits in Greece today. Did you see it alstry?

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#4) On May 27, 2010 at 1:59 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

I did see it....amazing...

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#5) On May 27, 2010 at 2:37 PM, leohaas (30.08) wrote:

"Since the bankers have cut off the private sector from credit......"

Have they really? So how come I just refinanced, got a new credit card with a five-digit limit, and keep on receiving those pesky teasers for even more credit in the mail?

Looks like many of your posts off late start off with a falsehood, and then draw conclusions from that falsehood...

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