15/07/2012

Obamacare in the Year 2017

  by John Galt July 15, 2012 22:30 ET     Imagine it is the year 2017 and what is left of the United States of America after the second term of the Obama regime is over plus three years of the Obamacare implementation has been completed. What would it look like?   Perhaps this report from Sky News and the Sunday London Times will provide a hint:   Doctors ‘Should Accept Pay Cut Or Be Sacked’   This chart from the article above explains the dilemma of government managed care…


Attack of the Islamofacist Tomatoes: Hillary Clinton’s Motorcade Pelted in Egypt

  by John Galt July 15, 2012 21:15 ET   Some stories, like this one from Reuters, are just too good to pass up linking to:   Egyptians pelt Clinton motorcade with tomatoes   <excerpted>   A tomato struck an Egyptian official in the face, and shoes and a water bottle landed near the armored cars carrying Clinton’s delegation in the port city of Alexandria.   A senior state department official said that neither Clinton nor her vehicle, which were around the corner from the incident, were struck by any of…


Goodbye Greece, Hello Hellenic Socialist Republic

  by John Galt July 15, 2012 20:15 ET     The disaster known as the Greek economy and corrupt political system is about to come to a thunderous conclusion where decades of hard Western loyalties and values purchased via post-colonial assistance from Great Britain and the willingness of U.S. President Truman to fund and support the pro-Western elements during the post World War II period. Fifty plus years later, here the world is on a brink of a collapse of modern day central bankster inspired crony capitalism and the ultimate…


07.15.12 AEP: Fed fiddles as America slides back into recession

  by John Galt July 15, 2012 16:05 ET   Ambrose Evans-Pritrchard doubles down on his criticism of the central banksters in tonight’s column in the U.K. Telegraph:   Fed fiddles as America slides back into recession   Is Mr. Pritchard supporting this discussion based on the statements of the ECRI only? From the article he states:   The Federal Reserve has drifted into fatalism, seeming to lose confidence in its own ability to shape events, displaying the same lack of “Rooseveltian resolve” as the Fed in the early 1930s —…


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