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    Re: After 148 years, Mississippi finally ratifies 13th Amendment, which banned slaver

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    Money is only theory now days. There is no longer a gold standard, so to speak.
    try telling that to the grocery store owner.

    Inflation will cure our deficit.
    Inflation will also create extreme hardships on those who retire on fixed incomes or who try to do business in the real world. It seems you are unclear on what a serious thing inflation is.
    When government building were first built in Washington dc the total cost was less than a million dollars. Now that much is spent on a restroom in a government building.
    I have no idea. tell me.

    Since it is theoreticaly impossibe to run out of numbers we have nothing to worry about.
    I see you have graduated from the Liberal School of Economics. Well said.

    In my lifetime I remember a one penny piece of fudge candy that cost one dollar and fifty cents today.
    that's gradual inflation, though the Carter years gave it a jolt, but you don't seem prepared for the sudden, and seemingly inevitable inflation that is due.

    What me worry. Let the printing presses roll.
    That seem to be the mood in America today. The first generation in US history to embrace their own ruin.

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    Re: After 148 years, Mississippi finally ratifies 13th Amendment, which banned slaver

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    try telling that to the grocery store owner.



    Inflation will also create extreme hardships on those who retire on fixed incomes or who try to do business in the real world. It seems you are unclear on what a serious thing inflation is.


    I have no idea. tell me.



    I see you have graduated from the Liberal School of Economics. Well said.



    that's gradual inflation, though the Carter years gave it a jolt, but you don't seem prepared for the sudden, and seemingly inevitable inflation that is due.



    That seem to be the mood in America today. The first generation in US history to embrace their own ruin.
    TYhere have been historical times in this vountry when deflation caused huge economic disasters. Did you know that?

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