... is a good read. It acknowledges the great credit Ponzi, that our economy is entirely dependent on issuing new debt to pay interest on old debt. It's something that everyone who understands macroeconomics knows, but it's rarely spoken in polite company.
Read it here. And in case PIMCO takes it down after Gross's jumping ship just before being made to walk the plank, here's the Google cache.
Stay classy, Democrats!
I just wanted to send you a note to follow up on some of the messages you've received from us about our new contest. Within the next couple of days, I'm going to actually book the flights for whomever wins this contest and their guest. I'll be able to tell them when they'll leave, where they'll be sitting, and who is going to pick them up from the airport -- and when they'll meet President Obama.
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News from the last community that Obama reorganized:
U.S. officials fear Islamic militants have stolen nearly a dozen commercial planes in Libya which could be used to carry out 9/11-style terrorist attacks in the region.Thanks, Obama, for bombing Libya into anarchy and turning it into a playground for terrorists!
Eleven commercial jets operated by two state-owned airlines went missing last month, after militant group Libyan Dawn overtook the international airport in the capital city of Tripoli.
In the past two weeks, the U.S. government has been issuing warnings about the deteriorating state in Libya, drawing attention to the fact that the planes could be used in attacks to mark the anniversary of 9/11 later this month, sources who read the briefs told the Washington Free-Beacon.
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