Didja Ever Hear of People Wanting to Get Out of America? Hell No!

July 8, 2011

So far I’m not too excited about anyone running for President. Okay, wait, that’s not true. I am very excited about one person. His name is Barrack Hussein Obama.

He’s running this country into the ground, diminishing the American dream. The American Dream for us and everyone on the outside looking in. Did you ever hear of people trying to get out of America the way they want out of Mexico or Cuba or Iran or Somalia -hell no. Everybody wants in! We are/were the shining city on the hill to millions of people around the world.

Now we’re the cash register, ka-ching. It’s all about globalism, redistribution of wealth, internationalism, a transnational legal process -we’re all in this together bull-crap. No we are not! I don’t want the UN telling me we have to recognize the Palestinian State when the Palestinian Authority has joined forces with Hamas (a terror group based on Islamic fundamentalism and too cozy with Iran) in a unity government aimed at pushing Israel into the sea. I don’t want international courts superseding ours and deciding the fate of Americans and you shouldn’t either.

The American Dream was plain and simple.

It used to be anyway. It was freedom, then it became home ownership, then it morphed into home ownership (or college or medical care, etc., etc.) paid for by somebody else. Government has grown and grown and snared more and more people into the web of freebies and government give-aways. Why do you think amnesty is so important to politicians? It’s cheap labor for mega-corporations and a huge voting block which will side with unions and government because of the hand-outs. Is this how you envisioned this country when you were a kid in your classroom pledging allegiance to our flag and country. I don’t think so.

Aloha, Mikie



The Dollar’s Slippery Slope

October 9, 2009

us-dollar toilet paperThe US dollar fell to a 14 month low yesterday day against a basket of other currencies and meanwhile Asian central banks have intervened trying to slow the slide of the US dollar. According to the BBC online (after all, you didn’t see this on NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams didja??), central banks in South Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines and Thailand have been buying the US currency to offset international currency traders bailing from dollar holdings.

Why would these Asian countries’ central banks want such a weakened US dollar? It’s simple, to hedge their bets. They are worried about their export industries. But how successful will they be? And how long will they really want to keep buying such a risky currency?

The US greenback risky? Come on, the dollar is the currency standard for all markets worldwide. Well, maybe it used to be but not any more. There’s a move afoot to go to a global currency or for oil trading, to a basket of currencies including the Japanese yen, the Chinese yuan, the euro, gold and a new unified currency for nations in the Middle East including Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and Qatar.

Iran announced last month that their foreign currency reserves would be held in euros from now on rather than dollars. AND SECRET MEETINGS HAVE ALREADY BEEN HELD BY FINANCE MINISTERS AND BANK GOVERNORS IN RUSSIA, CHINA, JAPAN AND BRAZIL TO WORK THE SCHEME which would mean that oil would no longer be priced in dollars. This explains why gold has jumped even higher recently.

YIKES! If you think gas was expensive last summer wait till this takes hold. Unfortunately given the Yahoos in Washington and their unwillingness to stop spending money, America is unlikely to close its gaping budget deficits in coming years and the dollar will continue to tumble. You and I can understand this, why can’t those geniuses in Washington get it? It’s almost like they want to water down America’s strength in favor of globalism. It’s not what I want and I doubt that you do either.

That’s it for now!
Aloha, “Mikie”
email:  Mike@MikeSells.com
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