Yeah, Uh-huh

1.18.2008
Ore : 9:57 AM

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oh noes! teh eek-onomee! brokkerz.

Oh, we're in the same boat here - the government's just given £55bn to a bank and said not to worry about paying it back any time soon. That's twice our defence budget. We're all over the moon.

After the last couple of days, we can see how skillful W and his people are at setting economic policy. One would think that people so completely bought and paid for by big business would at least be better at this stuff!

Sheeeee-it. Teh is still postin'.

God damn it. Maybe I should get off my ass.

-jex

;)

Jon Stewart showed a bunch of clips last night from FOX blaming the collapse on "fear of a Democratic takeover of the White House." it was insane.

Shitfinger
He's the man, the man with the mucus touch

how you gonna spend ur $600?

ps the word verif. made me hot n' bothered

txrafw

I deserve my $600 more than anyone else.

That stock drop had everything to do with Fischer and nothing at all to do with the Bush plan. Nothing at all...

I really enjoy reading your blog, it always has great insight. But I am very frustrated with the media’s lack of questions to the presidential candidates about global warming. Now that it is down to just a few candidates I would think that this would be a bigger issue.

Live Earth just picked up this topic and put out an article ( http://www.liveearth.org/news.php ) asking why the presidential candidates are not being solicited for their stance on the issue of the climate change. I just saw an article describing each candidate’s stance on global warming and climate change on earthlab.com http://www.earthlab.com/articles/PresidentialCandidates.aspx . So obviously they care about it. Is it the Medias fault for not asking the right questions or is it the candidates’ fault for not highlighting the right platforms? Does anyone know of other websites or articles that touch on this subject and candidates’ views? This is the biggest problem of the century and for generations to come…you would think the next president of the United States would be more vocal about it.

"I really enjoy reading your blog, it always has great insight."

Clearly you're not a regular reader.

;)

If the politicians were serious about economic recovery, they would start public works programs that actually create jobs.

The best areas for this would be bridge reinforcement and public transportation construction. Those efforts would also create long-term wealth for the economy.

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