Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Stupid pills in the water supply?

News report today: Gold prices surged Tuesday above $700 an ounce — a level not reached since 1980 — as funds bought into the market, driven by weakness in the dollar, political tension in the Middle East and overall upward momentum in the commodities markets.
When denominated in popular American metropolitan area housing dollars from 1980 to 2006 gold's BUYING POWER is less than $100 into today's marketplace. The loss in value is actually higher because bullion doesn't pay dividends and holders have storage and insurance costs.

If people really knew how had they've been had by the extent of the government's funny money printing and how globalism and unrestrained alien immigration raped American industries and wages, there'd be a political revolution.

Not for nothing I trademarked THE NATIONAL SHRINK as my campaign slogan.

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