You have been and are continuing to be swindled by Bush and his bankster employers. Sure many people think they chose Bush for president and they'd be technically correct. These Americans never realized that beforehand Bush and Kerry were chosen by the banksters to be their two picks - whether they liked it or not.
Now I know many of you think the economic problems have been solved by releasing another $900 billion into the floundering financial network. Yet these same people would never consider a drunken alcoholic cured by another stiff drink. Americans "hope" this will fix the broken economy but they do not have a clue as to how except to parrot the talking points of the bankster owned big media. They get mad at people like me who dare to question the TV experts even though they themselves don't have any real understanding of the problem. They are content to stick their heads back into the sand until the next economic shoe drops. Sadly we know what's hanging out while their heads are in the dirt.
Now some self appointed exile economic experts have condemned Ron Paul and even dared to call him a hypocrite. One even quoted Chris Matthews questioning Ron Paul about earmarks as proof he is a hypocrite - though never actually saying how. They condemn these big banker media scoundrels when they lie about Cuba but they quote them about everything else if it suits their agenda. However, I never use liars for evidence. These same exiles have saddled their wagon to the American Castro, George Bush. These exiles refused to believe the Congressmen who signed the $900 billion banker bribe were threatened with Marshall law if they refused to sign.
You don't recognize another tyrant even though one ruined Cuba. You have repeated your mistake. You and ALL Americans will realize this is absolutely correct soon enough. I don't know if we will be able to do anything about it and where will be flee to - maybe France?
I fear most still don't get it. You know something is wrong but what? Let me try this approach.
It is a fake money problem that permits the private international bankers at the Federal Reserve Board (not a federal agency) to whip up a batch of fake money at their discretion to lend out. This is one of the methods known as the "injection of liquidity" or giving the marketplace a good squirt of fake money to buy some goods or services. Easy enough so far right?
The problem arises when too much money is injected into the marketplace causing what are known as "price bubbles." Some examples of price bubbles are the medical price bubble, housing price bubble, Dot Com price bubble, stock market price bubble, etc. Essentially what happens is all this lent out dough, combined with government subsidy competes in the marketplace for the same stuff we all want like - medical care, housing, investments, etc. It's supply and demand baby and if the same amount of stuff is available to buy but you triple the supply of money to buy it with the price has to go up. It's economics 101 but because the average Joe can't see the growth of the money supply he is duped into thinking everything is fine until the bubbles start to pop. They pop because these same sneaky bankers secretly cut the supply of money by either raising the interest rate or tightening the credit requirement.
As this money supply grows we have shorter term bubbles form like the gasoline price bubble. The addition of all this extra funny money reduced the value of the dollar so more of them became necessary to buy gas. Then as the housing bubble popped it set in motion the brakes on the economic activity. Now workers and the engines of America sit idle so who needs gas? So watch as the price of oil plummets. There goes another price bubble and millions of fed space bucks vanish right out of the speculator's portfolio.
Unfortunately for our economy, so many bubbles are popping that no one is sure what is safe. So banks and financial credit lenders are scared to lend until they are sure how everything is going to shake out. Once prices stabilize at their new lower realistic value, people will begin to spend and borrow again. The economy will start to chug along once more.
Sadly though the government/Federal Reserve axis are doing their darn level best to prop up these bubbles and they have you snookered into believing this solves the problem. That's good news and bad news. It's bad news because the economy will remain frozen credit wise until prices drop. The good news is hopefully you will now understand the problem, realize you are governed by criminals who should lose all credibility along with their jobs and when the price bubbles surely pop and drop that is a good thing.