Any good news about the American Economy>

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_lrgeggs, Sep 14, 2008.

  1. B_lrgeggs

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    We know the news about Freddie Mac...Fanny Mae...Lehmann Investment House...is there any good news? thanks
     
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    The dollar is gaining strength and oil hit $100, theres a couple
     
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    Oh ya, and McDonald's still has the dollar menu
     
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    I saved money by switching to Geico.
     
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    shucks...you guys make my day sometimes!!!!:smile:
     
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    Ambivalent news if not good: Given the number of cars in the US, there will be no shortage of road warriors after the economy collapses entirely. I'm off to oil up my crossbow pistol!
     
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    Yes. I think the US people are still tough enough to take a knock and that there are still enough hardworking quality entrepneurs to keep driving US Dynamism globally.

    What I do hope though, is that the people have a good long hard look at global business and banking, and consider whether it acts in their interest.

    I also hope that people will look at unnecessary consumption.
     
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