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Wednesday, August 10th 2011

5:36 PM

Mr Obama In Case You Didn't Get My Email: Here It Is!

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With all due respect to your office Mr President, you are Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover, Hoover.

You need to defend Dodd-Frank with your last breath. If Dodd-Frank goes down, America is under attack by the ponzi, toxic lenders, and shadow banksters while Jamie the turd Dimon claims he doesn't want easy money.

Give me a break. I am publishing this on my blog.

Good day.

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Posted by David Coplin:


A correct understanding of poverty will elucidate a correct understanding of economics as
well as a correct understanding of our current economic situation.

While I am not an Austrian proponent I have made the subjective basis of economics the
foundation of the economic theory laid out in the ebook referenced below. But I come
to very different conclusions regarding monetary policy, credit operations, taxation, and the
definition of individuals and enterprises in any economic system. I also compare communist
economic systems to our current western credit economic system and believe that Keynes
made an invaluable contribution to economics with his concept that an economy can function
at any level of production. But I also support market mechanisms as the driver of any
successful economy instead of government spending.

Given the plethora of ideas about just how we should proceed in order to improve our
current economic situation, I've added my own. I would really appreciate your review of
the economic principles proposed in the following ebook
and your comments on any errors that you find. If you do not have the time to do
this, I would appreciate your assigning the task to your friends or students as an exercise.

As long as we continue to use the western credit system as the primary driver of
economic production the wealthy will continue to control the means of economic
production and poverty will be a guaranteed result. The link above describes an
alternative economic system that will eliminate poverty and maximize economic

Thank you for your time and attention in this matter.

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Friday, November 18th 2011 @ 1:03 AM

Posted by Gary Anderson:

If we implement austerity, the result will be far greater poverty in our nation.

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Sunday, January 13th 2013 @ 1:36 AM

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