Friday, February 04, 2005

Telegraph | Money | Gates: 'The ol' dollar, it's gonna go down'

Bill Gates puts his confidence in china for the next 2 year,
access 100M in current hedges, and says "I'm short the dollar"
thanks to john robb for the ptr.

Thursday, February 03, 2005

it's mine.. all mine..... Posted by Hello

never sweeter Posted by Hello

Wednesday, February 02, 2005

State of the Union

an interesting contrast between GWB's SofU and Arnold's speech in california.

President Bush seems to be promoting himself as the "activist" president,
this is rather contrary to historic conservative values.
2 Trillion dollars of debt to underwrite his reduced benefit vision
for a social security boondogle just doesn't make any sense.

with historic deficts, arnold continually stresses living within our means.
and looks for solutions with that fundamental imperative.
President Bush on the other hand, simply outlines an array of new spending programs. and describes no cost/benefit analysis. he's the free spending "democratic" republican.

Social Security going bankrupt is a CATO inspired falsehood. people should
acknowledge that bushes' dates and quote we're "SPIN".

President bush is simply playing politics again.... follow the money;
who benefits most with social security "privitization". and why is a political
collective, conservatives, not letting the market work, .. every step
congress decides it knows better and promulgates new programs and policies
to "manage" the economy (agenda).

enough... give me a better conservative like arnold.
i like Bush better when he speaks from his heart, not from his agenda.
but i like arnold even more... he resonates better than the juggernaut
operating in DC. congress needs to wake up.!

Sunday, January 30, 2005

Made in the USA

Change this is an amazing site. look at this article by Paul Graham on inherent strengths, and weaknesses of America. what do we do well, what don't we do well, and why?... check it

Location: san francisco, California, United States

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