It’s amazing that de Blasio received 75% of the vote. Perhaps that’s because he was running against a lesbian and a sexual pervert, as well as another candidate even further to the left than de Blasio.
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Obama told Joe the Plumber that he was determined to “redistribute the wealth.” Obama has kept his promise.
Has no one learned from the real estate collapse? Do they have to repeat the mistake? It appears so.
Is this the big one? Is this the end of the long bubble the Fed has been blowing since 2008? Could be.
Snopes dismissed this whole thing out of hand. They shouldn’t have.
The Chinese “miracle” is coming to an end. The Wall Street Journal is just now recognizing it.
What can go wrong? The Fed and the FDIC and FHA and Fannie Mae are all there ready and willing to help. No problem. None that I can see.
It’s a war out there: a war of perceptions. Reality doesn’t matter. The perception of reality does.
Corruption at the top seeps down into the society below.
Just when Detroit has been written off as for lost forever, entrepreneurs are seeing opportunities there, buying up buildings, renovating them, starting businesses, some with startling success. Isn’t it amazing what happens when government stays out of the way?