The Claude Rains’ Gambit Is Needed Once Again

clauderaincasablanca-louis-sTime for more of the nobody-could-have-seen-this-coming mode in Washington. The economic recovery proclaimed in June of 2009 was a bad joke, a bit of Orwellian double-speak. Now, despite the greatest squandering of wealth in history, the truth of our situation begins to seep into even the government-manipulated statistics. 

Here are a couple of links from Drudge:

You can't make this stuff up. Nor can you instill shame on the prevaricators in Washington and on Wall Street.

 

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  1. The value of the Dow average, in 2000, in dollars, was equivalent to 44 ounces of gold. Today, as the Dow approaches 14,000, it is equivalent to 8.4 ounces of gold. Most sheeple don’t seem to realize that the Dow, in real money, has been falling steadily for 12 years. Or, as Obama says, “The private sector is doing just fine!”

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