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Re: Economic failure impacts even kiteboarders

Postby dz » Fri Oct 31, 2008 12:48 am


Director Patrick Creadon: this documentary explains the situation of the national debt, and suggests if some things do not drastically change then, we are heading for some deep $&*t,
particularly lly because the rising costs of health care and baby boomers getting old, but also other expensive engagements such as air raids and occupations. (Previously to seeing it I did hear Ron Paul and Ralph Nadar harping on the need to regulate the Federal Reserve.)

"... a documentary that examines the USA’s gargantuan national debt and its drastic implications... Creadon presents grim financial fact after fact, reinforced by interviews with financial experts, and yet he still maintains a light tone by following the grassroots campaign, Fiscal Wake-Up Tour, led by David M. Walker, a former comptroller general of the United States and Robert L. Bixby from the Concord Coalition."

And related, this a little more hit-you-over-the-head :
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Re: Economic failure impacts even kiteboarders

Postby jono » Mon Oct 05, 2009 11:48 pm

Look out below, gold going to 1500: ... 98175.html

gold going up...Listen now if not before...
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Re: Economic failure impacts even kiteboarders

Postby elli » Tue Oct 06, 2009 2:27 am

Thats another reason we need to develop energy that does not depend on fossil fuels. Kill a few stones with one bird. Or maybe a few birds with a few stones? One stone with a few birds? help anyone?
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