Wednesday, August 12, 2015

That's what I'm talking about!

The young do not know enough to be prudent, and 
therefore they attempt the impossible - and achieve it, 
generation after generation. Pearl S. Buck

 ~ It looks like the US dollar is getting stronger since China has devalued its currency. Problem with Chinese imports getting cheaper is that Americans have less disposable income to purchase them.

If you don't think the devaluation of our currency has affected the economy and stock market, all one needs to do is look at what happen to the stock market yesterday after the news that China devalued theirs.

 ~ Another warning was just issued that if we don’t approve the Iran deal the US dollar could suffer according to John Kerry. He cited a lack of confidence in US leadership. Sorry John, but that happened quite some time ago. Supporting a terrorist nation in their nuclear ambitions does not promote confidence! 

When we created a world economic crisis over our housing bubble a few years back, we began to show the world our ability to lead. Now that we are alienating our allies and spying on them, I think the lack of confidence has been rightly justified.

 ~ Speaking of supporting terrorism, why would this administration intervene in a lawsuit and try to keep the PLO from having to pay a hefty bond? If the government were to have brought the suit, you could be your sweet bippy there would be a huge bond!

I believe someone's charitable foundation will benefit from this action...

 ~ Arlington should be preparing for a #blacklivesmatter protest very soon. After they fired the officer involved in the shooting, the path has been prepared for civil unrest. I won't be visiting the area in the near future. I wonder what would happen if a white faction of Oath Keepers showed up with guns like they did in Ferguson recently?

A new drug that erases memory? This could be priceless to someone wanting a clear conscience.

 ~ Please forgive me if I don’t celebrate World Breastfeeding Month. I’m thankful there are only 12 months and 365 days in a year. I don’t know how many of these mediocre causes I can tolerate.

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