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Old Jun 13, 2015, 5:49pm   #17
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Talking of righting wrongs, one might wonder why North America doesn't give back the land they stole, to the Indians to run ? You guys could sit round in a circle and smoke that pipe a bit and chill out.
Is America ever going to pay back its debt mountain of $17 or is it $18 trillion by now ? Of course not. They have airbrushed it into history already.

And we don't mean just casinos.....

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That's given cowboy something to think about imho. He seems to have gone a bit quiet. Don't take offence son ! We are only kidding you on a bit. But about those missing teabags...........



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Old Jun 13, 2015, 6:23pm   #19
 
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That's given cowboy something to think about imho. He seems to have gone a bit quiet. Don't take offence son ! We are only kidding you on a bit. Bu about those missing teabags...........

Maybe dopey dozed off counting his dollars... again.
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Old Jun 13, 2015, 7:28pm   #20
 
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Talking of righting wrongs, one might wonder why North America doesn't give back the land they stole, to the Indians to run ? You guys could sit round in a circle and smoke that pipe a bit and chill out.
Is America ever going to pay back its debt mountain of $17 or is it $18 trillion by now ? Of course not. They have airbrushed it into history already.

It seems you guys can dish it out, but you cannot take it. When I post things about the UK, @Atilla throws a tantrum.

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Many people are discussing the union and the arguments for and against, and all we get from you are repeated blurbs about superiority of Northern Europeans in the gene pool, how US is 10x size of EU combined and how you have benefited from some simple currency fluctuations??? Okeaaay...

Never thought of it that way before. You are very good. Top man. Well done.

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Let your hair down a little if you still have some. Get some stains on your clothes. Have some laughs...
@AtillaYou are really good at dodging questions and not providing any evidence to your claims. You also seem to bounce all over the place with your claims. You say there are slush funds all over place and then speak of how broke the US is. Make up your mind. Please address the statements and questions below.

The U.S. debt put in perspective to other countries. The US and the UK have similar debt-to-GDP ratios.


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Old Jun 13, 2015, 7:39pm   #21
 
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It seems you guys can dish it out, but you cannot take it. When I post things about the UK, @Atilla throws a tantrum.



I think you should take your own advice.



@AtillaYou are really good at dodging questions and not providing any evidence to your claims. You also seem to bounce all over the place with your claims. You say there are slush funds all over place and then speak of how broke the US is. Make up your mind. Please address the statements and questions below.

The U.S. debt put in perspective to other countries. The US and the UK have similar debt-to-GDP ratios.


I don't think much of Government debt.

It's the ability to repay that counts!

Over here in the UK when one takes out a mortgage it's 3 x ones annual income (Did go up to 5/6 x before the recession). Usually to be paid back over 25 years.

Often they are paid much sooner as inflation erodes debt and raises income.


So w.r.t debt it's ones ability to repay that is key. If one has a good functioning economy with service/manufacturing/agricultural sectors there is no reason to worry.


Then there is raising taxes to pay for excess spending. God forbid a politician raises it.


Hopefully, people out there will not start shouting about fiat currencies and value erosion etc. Yes I know and agree but such is the great wheel of life.
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Hopefully, people out there will not start shouting about fiat currencies and value erosion etc.
As if!
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Often they are paid much sooner as inflation erodes debt and raises income.
Did you even think before you posted that? Inflation by definition is the increase in cost of goods and then decrease in purchasing power. That means you can't buy as much and will not be paying your mortgage off quicker. Inflation eroding debt, talk about a Band-Aid (plaster) on an axe wound.
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Did you even think before you posted that? Inflation by definition is the increase in cost of goods and then decrease in purchasing power. That means you can't buy as much and will not be paying your mortgage off quicker. Inflation eroding debt, talk about a Band-Aid (plaster) on an axe wound.
Inflation erodes debt!


Deflation increases debt burden...
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