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To Get Rich Is Glorious: Is the Gold Standard Emerging in China?

zipher Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 11:44 PM
Now that Syria has admitted to the world whey have WMD, A President Romney will go in front of the UN and produce charts and satellite images indicating WMD in Syria. Next, they will get permission from the UN to form a coalition to get rid of WMD in Syria. The Russians will object, but the United States will see it as a threat and form their own coalition. So, sometime in early 2013 we will be helping the Syrian rebels fight their civil war. Of course, Assad will fall, he will either be killed or executed. And then the US will help rebuild Syria. We have seen this before, it was called the Iraq War. "Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me".
zipher Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 11:45 PM
Mr. Romney today thinks that he is the better foreign policy and military leader. But, so did George W. Bush. Their bill is at $2 trillion and growing. Mr. Romney wants to increase military spending and take it from domestic spending. And he wants to do it with tax cuts for all.

As noted in last week’s column about the rising recognition by authorities in Germany about the virtues of gold, the gold standard is receiving impressive new recognition internationally. The GOP plank calling for a commission to study “possible ways to set a fixed value for the dollar” — with an unmistakable nod to gold — is the most prominent element of the 2012 GOP platform still being heard to “reverberate around the world.” Meanwhile, it continues to gain impressive momentum in the United States.

CNN’s Kevin Voigt writes, in The China Post, “Currencies: Re-evaluating the ghost of...