Author Topic: My Dollar Ain't Worth What It Used To Be  (Read 7770 times)


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My Dollar Ain't Worth What It Used To Be
« on: October 05, 2008, 11:30:39 PM »
Well our criminal congress gave criminal banks some of my hard earned money a few days ago. I tried to balance my checkbook and I'm coming up 700 billion short. Can anyone help me find it?

Seriously. Its basic economics to understand that you can't make money out of thin air without creating inflation and devaluation. And that is exactly what this bailout did to the USD, making it less valuable on the world market because they know we are printing it out of thin air. Our gas is higher than it has ever been and yet oil is falling in price? Anyone stop and question why? It is because the dollar is less valuable than it was a year ago silly rabbit.

Now the real question is, what do we as a people plan to do about this? Our government has shown us they don't give one red cent what we think, they have indicated they will do what they will. This is not acceptable to anyone who lives in this country and understands how the government is supposed to work.

My employees have disobeyed me and I want them fired.


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Re: My Dollar Ain't Worth What It Used To Be
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2008, 04:47:33 PM »
hello, I have to agree with you on this one. But unless the people work together and make a stand what other option would a person have. I believe that the bail out only put more money in the governments pocket and again the tax payer is the one that is going to hurt in the end. What are your suggestions?

The dollar has been losing value for some time now. And they are talking a world currency. How do you think it will effect goods in this country which typically sell higher.