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Saturday, September 13, 2008

U.S. economy teetering on the brink

This just in from The Onion News Network:

Posted by P.M. Jaworski on September 13, 2008 in Humour | Permalink

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"U.S. economy teetering on the brink"?

No it isn't, they'll just do what they've always done... print more money! Hell, its only paper right?

Posted by: JC | 2008-09-13 8:44:12 AM


JC: Watch the video! (P.S. It's from *THE ONION* News Network...)

Posted by: P.M. Jaworski | 2008-09-13 12:21:00 PM


Hey PMJ
I did watch the video, I scan the ONN now and then. Some of their stuff is priceless.

I just couldn't resist an opportunity to point out that paper currency is not actually "money".
:)

Posted by: JC | 2008-09-13 12:39:59 PM


Oh, okay. Your response seemed way too serious given the video.

It's as good an excuse as any to bring up monetary policy, I suppose.

Posted by: P.M. Jaworski | 2008-09-13 12:44:38 PM


I know I come across as too serious sometimes.
Thankfully though Zeb and Epsilon give the excuse to poke fun every now and then. And that's really all it is too. They have a right to their opinion even if ...oh never mind. :)

Posted by: JC | 2008-09-13 12:47:58 PM


Saul Alinsky would see this as a golden opportunity.

The first ‘community organizer' in Chicago and subject of Hillary Clinton's thesis would take opportunity of temporary turmoil.

He's an interesting character of the early 20th century and inspiration to the radical left.

Never heard of him until this morning, but have spent much of the day reading up on who he was and what he actually represents.

Posted by: set you free | 2008-09-13 2:12:34 PM


Saul Alinsky's Rules For Radicals is one of the best organizing texts ever written, I highly recommend it.

Posted by: Marc Scott Emery | 2008-09-13 9:20:45 PM



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