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Seven Silver Linings in Tuesday's Election Results

Donald103 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 2:09 PM
Winning elections gets the winner power, but elections do not change the laws of economics. The U.S. is headed toward the fate of California and of Greece. When the corporate bonds are offering less interest than U.S. bonds and people are still buying them, one can tell the fiscal position fo the United States is really in trouble. It won't be long until the bond raters will lower the class of U.S. bonds. How long with the dollar remain the currency of the planet? Reality intrudes itself on even the most rabid ideologues. Donald W. Bales
Magna Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 3:43 PM
Oh Yes ! In Europe they are already snubbing the U.S Dollar which was once the standard around the world -we could hardly give it away with the way all of those countries were acting -Euros only ! -no Dollars ! Pathetic what they have done to the Dollar .
Last night was great. Two big victories, including a major comeback. Lots of drama, plenty of excitement. Here’s the bottom line: Notwithstanding chilly conditions and determined opposition, my Arlington County softball team cemented its hold on first place by sweeping a doubleheader. And I was 4-6 with a pair of doubles, so I managed to contribute.

Oh, wait, a few of you are interested in something else that happened last night…that’s right, there was an election. Before contemplating what this means for the nation, let’s quickly check my predictions.

  • Well, my presidential pick was fairly accurate. Even though people...
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