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Who knew that Hunger Games would be so prophetic?

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Who knew that Hunger Games would be so prophetic? Every single child in America can look forward to at least performing slave labor with a good chance that they may be forced to kill others in order to survive. They will be forced to take their chances literally with life and limb to satisfy the bloody ambitions of sociopathic criminal politicians.

H.R. 748 was introduced on February 14th, 2013 and was referred to the House Armed Services Committee the very same day! Unemployed Youths to be conscripted.


Only 3 ways out of debt crisis and none are good.. Here are the choices.

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As of November 16 at 12:38:023 a.m. GMT,   the United States debt was   $16,248,670,479,820.44 or $51,767.45 per person, including for each  child. The debt has increased by billions of dollars a day for the last  several years. As your children grow, they become more indebted.

Only one of three outcomes is possible:

  • The debt can be paid through  massive inflation and taxation
  • The interest can continue to be paid through massive inflation and taxation
  • Repudiation of the debt

Even if the payment of principal were possible, what’s left of the US economy would be destroyed for many years to come. Politicians prefer to pay the interest  by placing a ruinous lien upon your children’s future earnings. The least palatable option to politicians is repudiation. Nevertheless, a de facto repudiation of debt may occur on a large scale simply because the money is running out. Indeed, repudiation happens in microcosm each time a city declares bankruptcy. But the process will be slow; government will grab every cent it can to keep its crumbling edifice erect.  What is next?  Nationalizing of retirement accounts.  It is in the works….

Democrats really want to extend Bush Tax custs..Here’s why

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The Left is bluffing about the fiscal cliff and are blaming the GOP for standing in the way of a compromise.  Let’s see, if the Bush Tax cuts expire (which is part of the “fiscal cliff”) then the impact to those who voted for Obama would be:

        • The lower income tax bracket would rise from 10% to 15% (50% jump)
        • The employee share of Social Security payroll tax would rise from 4.2% to 6.2%  (30% jump)
        • Approximately 33M taxpayers (many in blue states) will move to the AMT (alternative minimum tax) bracket.  This up from just 4M today.
        • Child tax credit would be cust from $1,000 to $500

The democrates think they have the upper hand in the negotiations.  I say to the GOP, call their bluff and let’s go over the cliff.

Written by opinionoregon

November 21, 2012 at 4:53 pm

Top Reasons why America will NOT turn around for 20 years.

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Dollar Decline – The continuation of dollar devaluation through inflation, leading to the end of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. Additional downgrades of America’s credit rating. Probable 30+% inflation, gas prices by 2015 of $ 8 per gal. A National Debt by 2016 of $ 32 trillion.

Continued deficit spending – Massive increases of government spending at a minimum of $1.7 trillion per year. Healthcare costs skyrocketing to $1 trillion per year. Spending carryovers from 2012 of over $ 200 billion. $40 billion monthly (1/2 trillion in 12 months) mandated spending through 2013 just printed money backed by nothing. (Medical costs for 2011 were $ 835 billion they double every 7 years)

Pandering to Middle East – The continued failure of foreign policy through increased violence in the Middle East. Further growth of Islamic fundamentalism and the Muslim Brotherhood. Expanded assassinations with drones, of Obama identified terrorists. Expansion of wars in the Middle East most likely with Syria and Iran.

Internet spying – Massive attacks on the Internet, and free speech. The development of cybersecurity in the fake support of anti-terrorism. The opening of a new NSA managed security operation, which is actually a violation of the 4th and 1st amendments, cataloguing every American. Attacks on free speech through the use of controlling social media by restricting individual and group access to the Internet, something that is already operational. The control of web content. Restriction of Internet IPO’s whose allocation will be turned over to an international body.

Supreme Count moving left – Two more leftist Supreme Court justices turning the Supreme Court into an leftist majority that will internationalize American jurisprudence, destroy what ever little is left of the constitution, and complete America’s journey to socialism.

Excessive regulation – The regulatory juggernaut that began on the first day of the Obama administration will be greatly expanded to destroy American free enterprise of every sort. Any company successful will be relentlessly attacked by over-regulation. This will destroy jobs and foster business nationalizations.

Shutting down Americas Energy – Green energy in the form of solar and wind electric energy production, and electric cars all of which are non-competitive on the marketplace, without huge government subsidies (your paid taxes) will be expanded. These are the very policies that have brought Spain to bankruptcy. They will waste billions more, (six billion of bankruptcy’s in first term) drive fuel prices through the roof, eliminate coal as an energy product, eliminate Alaskan oil production, prevent the Keystone pipeline from Canada forcing Canada to sell their oil to China, drive all costs of energy and food up, and reek havoc with the entire economy.

Illegal Explosion – There will be amnesty for 25 million illegal immigrants. This will almost immediately bankrupt the entire welfare systems including Medicare, Medicaid, Obamacare, and Social Security.

There does not appear any way to turn America around, at least not in the next generation or two.

The implications of the breakdown of globalization are massive.

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The implications of the breakdown of globalization are massive. Globalization has become an ultra complicated web of worldwide trade that supports the backbone of the modern economy. It really makes no sense when looked at from a stability perspective though. We all know about the shipping of jobs overseas, but this isn’t the biggest problem we notice when globalization is examined. Entire nations derive their resources from all over the planet in order to turn a profit and feed their populations. They source materials from everywhere imaginable that keep the gears of the industrial world turning with almost spectacular precision.

Written by opinionoregon

November 5, 2012 at 5:21 pm

High School Girls for Ron Paul

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It has been a few weeks since I last posted and wanted to share what is in the hearts and minds (politically) of the high school seniors on the Portland, Oregon Women’s Jesuit Lacrosse Team.  Senior night is today and there are 8 graduating girls.  All will be attending private colleges such as:

  • West Point
  • SMU
  • Wake Forest x 2
  • Lehigh
  • LMU
  • Georgetown
  • Gonzaga

Smart girls, but what makes them really smart is that 7 will be voting for Ron Paul

Written by opinionoregon

May 3, 2012 at 2:22 pm

Inflation and smoking, what they have in common.

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Smoking is a human action. People smoke because it feels good to them. But in the long term, smokers start coughing, feeling bad, and even dying from lung cancer. The good consequences appear immediately. The bad consequences may take years to manifest.

If a smoker tries to stop, some bad consequences called withdrawal symptoms appear immediately. It may take two to three months for the good consequences to become noticeable.

This is why it is so difficult to stop smoking. Simplistically speaking it is easy to say, “the cure for smoking is to stop smoking.” In practice it is not that easy.

So too, with inflation. When the additional currency is pumped into the system, the fortunate recipients of the new currency go on a spending spree, the stock market goes up, new economic activity is stimulated, people become more enthusiastic, and new jobs are created. The good consequences appear immediately. But two years later prices go up, consumers complain, and politicians talk about “fighting inflation.” The bad consequences appear much later the Fed tightens the screws, and the economy becomes “depressed.”

It is easy to say, “the cure for inflation is to stop inflating.” But if currency inflation is stopped, the stock market immediately tumbles, interest rates go up, “money” becomes tight, companies go bankrupt, people lose their jobs, and the economy becomes “depressed.”

We are addicted to inflation like the compulsive smoker to nicotine and the alcoholic to alcohol.