For those of you still left, you might recall the “good ol' days” and can tell our young people what the “good ol' days” were like from actual experience. They weren't the 1910s for most of us but the 1920s.
“Socialist Obama's GM (Government Motors) success bailout story” is a model that he and the congress can build on when both return next week. $2 billion profit in the third quarter tells us how the "new capitalism" works.
(Second posting of the day; the previous one might be more fun).
We've been told in campaign speeches over and over again that government should not spend on things that are not necessary. Usually this admonishment appears to be for “reduced spending” or “elimination of spending.”
If most people are moderates, as most political pundits claim, then perhaps we should have a moderate party.
What is the crisis all about? The budget, the budget ceiling, the deficient, the debt—all put together, the financing of the Federal government. Hold on a minute. About 2/3 of the states are in financial trouble too. What about them?
THE NEW “CONGRESSOCRATS.”
In the coming year, “Congress-dom” shall not be majored by more mountebanks than ever before. Nor can we expect fewer quacks and frauds on radio and television.
Today on November 24th 2010, the concept of two economies in one has begun to come together in my mind quite clearly. I must explain this concept as simply as possible at first so that more people than I can consider its significance or lack of significance.
My own thoughts.