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What We Have To Look Forward To?

From Reuters:

A trader sits inside his shop named "Obama grocery and retail shop" in Nairobi’s Kibera slums June 4, 2009.

Is this the shape of things to come?

This article was posted by Steve on Thursday, June 4th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

9 Responses to “What We Have To Look Forward To?”

  1. catie says:

    I’m afraid so.

  2. Liberals Demise says:

    How much for the bag of goat testicles?

    • neocon mom says:

      A bag of goat testicles will be worth more than your life savings soon, when the Weimar Republic/ Zimbabwe style hyper-inflation hits.

  3. MinnesotaRush says:

    … and this picture was taken in a GOOD neighborhood!!!

  4. jobeth says:

    That’s not just a grocery store…that’s an African super market…note the wide variety of goods in the burgler proof plate glassless window.

    And I understand there is plenty of parking for your donkeys too.

  5. Liberals Demise says:

    I’ll bet you can get a good deal on a 2008 GMC truck at “Obama New & Used” Auto Dealership located behind the “Obama Nails & Braid” salon.

  6. proreason says:

    Dick Morris has a great article saying that the Depression Stimulus has failed.

    In a nutshell, $44B has been dispersed from the “Stimulus”. Consumers used that and a bit more to pay down debt. NOT ONE PENNEY of the “Stimulus” has stumulated new spending and hence new jobs.

    But we’ve accumulated a lot more national debt. Coincidently, the increase in national debt almost precisely equals the reduction in personal debt.

    So it’s a wash. Not one job could possibly have been create or even saved.


    “Barack Obama has fatally undermined our currency, our solvency, our financial stability and — ultimately — our economy, all to spend money that has had no economic effect!

    Is Obama a failure? Not by his lights. His goal was never to stimulate the economy. His goal was to expand government spending, and he used the recession as an excuse to do so. And, by this standard, he is a raging success. With the stimulus spending, the government proportion of gross domestic product will rise from about 35 percent to about 40 percent, and with health care “reform” it will go soaring into the mid-40s, bringing us to parity with Germany en route to France! “

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