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The Mitt Boom Liberals Will Hate and Libertarians Will Pretend To

labeel Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 3:03 AM
Actually, the early 2000s recession was brought about by venture capitalists speculating dot-com companies, which of course we all know crashed in early 2000. BC had nothing to do with it. The recession was compounded even further because of 9/11, which occurred under George Bush's watch.
RayTheAnarchoCapitalist Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 9:31 AM
The dot-com bubble was mostly caused by the FED keeping interest rates too low and partly because of porn. The Internet languished in obscurity for decades until people realized that it could be used to trade free porn. Then entrepreneurs realized that they could sell porn over the Internet. Then people realized that they could sell anything online. Without the FED the growth would have been slower, but we wouldn't have had a recession after the bubble burst.
justsomeguy151 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 7:53 AM
9-11 was the result of the Rothschilds having their agents pull the biggest fraud in history IN PLAIN SIGHT. It was used to get Americans to surrender their freedoms w/out a fight(TSA, Patriot Act, NDAA, HR 347 etc), to give the military a blank check to waste money in the TRILLIONS and launch multiple useless endless wars, and to hide the TRILLIONS they already stole from our nation. What happened to the gold in the vaults at the WTC? Why did the FBI confiscate the videos recording the Pentagon? They released a whopping 5 FRAMES ONLY after being subpoenaed. NONE of which show a plane.
huge_brain Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 6:29 AM
9/11 was the result of Clinton administration failures of intelligence and taking out bin Laden when they had the opportunity to do so. Hmmmm...didn't the dot-com bubble occur on Clinton's watch? Have another glass of kool-aid.

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