Storybook Economy

I will not link directly to the article in Politico saying that Wall Street is getting absolutely giddy about a Biden presidency. Put some more lipstick on that pig.

We should have seen that one coming even if it makes no sense. (maybe cents was the correct term?) Political biases, especially these days, are very insidious and often void of common sense. But one like this cries out for simplicity.

So then, what they are actually saying is that Marxists and socialists (i.e. communists) can run the economy — and government — better and more efficiently.

Does anyone really believe that?

They have evidently found ways to rationalize how Biden would be good for them or their bottom lines. I don’t know exactly how but if one of them was to remove responsibility from the equation, it might be one way of seeing it optimistically. But if they are thinking Marxist control is going to be a great thing for them, the economy, or country, then it also puts them on the ideological opposite side of the people.

“Far from panicking at the prospect of a Biden win, Wall Street CEOs, traders and investment managers now mostly say they would be fine with a change in the White House that reduces the Trump noise, lowers the threat of further trade wars and ensures a continuation of the government spending they’ve seen in recent years. “

Now they can say that if Joe won it would mean the people support such Marxist or socialist ideas, but they would be wrong. Many in the Democrat Party over the last few years have been disgusted by this rush toward socialism. Some have pooh-poohed the Marxist criticique, I know. They are only deniers to where it all leads.

And the really sad thing about it is how fast it does take us into that socialism wormhole. Whoever thought that they would be running on an open plan of socialism in a national election? That would have seemed very brazen, even politically stupid, only a few short years ago. Not anymore.

It seems the street wants stability, despite whether it is a Marxist wave or not. But it would seem hard to rationalize that Marxism would be stability for the economy or markets. At what point then would they become queasy? It begs the question.

There’s a brand new talk but it’s not very clear“…

We are the goon squad
And we’re coming to town
Beep-beep

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What’s happening ?

Sometimes what is on Infowars sounds a bit off the wall. Sadly, in this case, it is hardly questionable at all. It’s right there in black and white, or in front of anyone paying attention almost weekly. Some think it’s just social media today driving our awareness of it. I don’t.

10 Examples Of The Social Decay That Is Eating Away At America Like Cancer

It isn’t just our economy that is crumbling. Something is happening to America that no amount of money will be able to fix

by Michael Snyder | Economic Collapse | November 21, 2014 | Infowars

It isn’t just our economy that is crumbling. Something is happening to America that no amount of money will be able to fix. Everywhere around us we can see evidence of the social decay that is systematically eating away at the foundations of our society. It can be found on the streets of our inner cities, in dark basements in extremely rural communities, in the most prestigious boardrooms on Wall Street, and definitely in the halls of power in Washington. Bringing in an entirely different crop of politicians or printing gigantic mountains of money is not going to solve this problem, because it exists in the hearts of millions of ordinary men and women.

The truth is that we really need to take a good, long look at ourselves in the mirror, because we need to take a 180 degree turn as a nation. What we are doing now is clearly not working, and the longer that we take to address this problem the worse it is going to get. The following are 10 examples of the social decay that is eating away at America like cancer. Individually, they could be dismissed as isolated incidents. But I could have easily listed 100 examples or 1000 examples. Every single day, we are inundated with reports like these. The symptoms of the decay of our society are all around us. We just have to be willing to look at them…

#1 It seems like many of the most horrific crimes these days are happening in middle America. For example, a woman was recently hit over the head, raped and set on fire in a park in Wichita Kansas…

Wichita police say a woman was sexually assaulted, hit on the head, and set on fire Monday night in Fairmount Park.
According to police, the woman was on the ground, almost in a crawl, barely moving, and naked.

The woman was helped by a neighbor – Johnnye Marshall woke up her boyfriend Deon McPherson when she heard somebody scream for help.

“What if that was my daughter? I’d want somebody to go in and get her,” McPherson told The Wichita Eagle. “Where there wasn’t blood, there was a burn.”

The flames from the fire were about 2 to 4 feet high. McPherson stayed with the woman until firefighters arrived.

More: Infowars.com

The above is only one of ten. See the article. It’s amazing that some of this is starting to seem almost regular. When we start to see this as normal in some way, it doesn’t say much for our social fabric. The sad part is, as he says, he could have listed many more examples.

Among the list is another list from Ferguson protestors of the all the cities participating in their cause and tactics nationwide. And even if a place is not on it doesn’t mean people won’t do something sympathetic with the ‘movement’. (if we can call it that)

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Rangel On

Charlie validates criticism of Biden’s remark, and Obama denies it.

So Charlie Rangel says Biden’s remark was a direct reference to slavery.

“The Vice President said he’s going to put “y’all in chains,” Mr. Rangel told The Perez Notes in a recent free-wheeling interview. “Was he talking about slavery? You bet your ass he was. Was he using the vernacular? Yes, he was. Did he think it was cute? Yes, he did. Was it something stupid to say? You bet your life it was stupid. It was something that if a black had said it, we would have been laughing, because we would know deep down, they may be beating the hell out of us but they ain’t thinking about putting us into any chains,” he added

But Biden can say it, and get away with it, if he has a black prez bail him out.

[Obama] said Biden’s words needed to be considered in context; that he was only saying “you, consumers, the American people, will be a lot worse off if we repeal these [Wall Street reform] laws as the other side is suggesting. In no sense was he trying to connote something other than that,” Obama added.

“In no sense?” So lets add “sense” to the great attributes of jolting-Joe Biden.
Yet Obama and lib-progs dismiss ObamaCare slavery as preposterous.

Ref:
http://politicker.com/2012/08/rangel-on-biden-chains-comment-you-bet-your-life-it-was-stupid/

http://hotair.com/archives/2012/08/15/obama-lies-for-biden-oh-hey-he-didnt-mean-anything-by-that-really-obvious-chains-racial-pander/