"Fiat money is backed by men with guns; Bitcoin is not. So why should this thing have any value?"--Uber statist economist Paul Krugman.
For what, exactly?Precisely.
Does anyone remember the anti-war movement?
I remember the anti-war movement being ignored.
So is that “not quite public” pact that Obama & Karzai signed a treaty (and if so, when is it going to be ratified by the Senate?) or is it just treason?
@Delacrat: Wouldn't it be logical that Obama would not ignore them then? He was against the war (or so he tells me) yet he has done nothing to withdraw. Why is that?
He was against the war (or so he tells me) yet he has done nothing to withdraw. Why is that?"Duffy,In a October 2002 speech, Obomba "opposed" the war on the grounds that it was "dumb" and "rash".The war's immorality he has always ignored, along with the anti-war movement.In the same speech he weaseled 4 times, "I am not opposed to all wars". That was a harbinger of his 5 Senate votes to fund the same "dumb" and "rash" war, and his decisions as POTUS to prolong the Iraq war 3 years and Afghan war indefinitely.To believe anything Obomba says, you gotta ignore a lot of what he does.
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