What? There is a bottomless pit of money? Unbelievable!
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U.S. governors seek $1 trillion federal assistance
Fri Jan 2, 2009 5:48pm EST
By Jon Hurdle
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – Governors of five U.S. states urged the federal government to provide $1 trillion in aid to the country’s 50 states to help pay for education, welfare and infrastructure as states struggle with steep budget deficits amid a deepening recession.
The governors of New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Ohio and Wisconsin — all Democrats — said the initiative for the two-year aid package was backed by other governors and follows a meeting in December where governors called on President-elect Barack Obama to help them maintain services in the face of slumping revenues.
Dear Green Hornet,
No, there is no bottomless pit of money!
There is a bottomless pit of worthless PAPER. This is the thesis of Mugabe/Zimbabwe economics, and will have the same results as applied by Mugabee/Zimbabwe.
The reality is that yes, the Zimbabwe paper pit is quite possible in the US dollar scenario. It is not only possible but getting closer to probable with each event as discussed below. Wake Up!
Break the "illusion" and see the "real" situation. It is just that SIMPLE.
People believe the Illusion to be real and the real to be an illusion until they WAKE UP!
I have only one agenda here.