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The 2010 Election Trend is good, but not good enough

Posted by mrfixit on November 2, 2010

Folks, don’t get too excited.  While the election returns demonstrated a rejection of the direction the country has taken in the past FOUR years, yes, only accelerated in the last 2, but with the Nancy Pelosi Congress, we have seen an additional 5 Trillion in deficit spending.  Clearly this issue was the key issue and how it ties to the economy.

However, there are many ridiculous losses for liberty.  California is lost.  Many places are lost. 

If people have not yet awakened to the agenda of the radical, anti-individual rights progressive, well it is going to get MUCH, MUCH worse before we have any chance to see a recovery.

In fact tomorrow the Federal Reserve will meet and is expected to put the printing press for money in high gear.  The WILL create inflation, possibly hyper inflation.  It will not make China, our bankers, happy.  It will create international tensions, and it will cause the value of the US dollar to free fall.  When that happens your cost of living will go up, but NOT your pay.  Your standard of living is already in decline.  It will get worse.  Brace for impact.

There is NOTHING the Republican Congress can do to stop it, even assuming they gather the intestinal fortitude to try.  Oh, but I’m sure the progressive will work overtime to sell to a gullible public that the collapse is ALL their fault even as they are powerless to stop it.

The wheels are in motion; they cannot be stopped by congress alone, especially given a Senate and Executive still firmly in the hands of the progressive. 

We cannot rest, we much continue to educate and spread the word of truth, and the propaganda efforts over the next 2 years will be in overdrive.

Update:

The Fed did it!  As predicted, printing more money, that is what this means:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703506904575592471354774194.html?mod=WSJ_hp_LEADNewsCollection

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4 Responses to “The 2010 Election Trend is good, but not good enough”

  1. Dave D said

    Beware the lame duck session. Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.

  2. Pax said

    The economy is past the point of no return. We will have a high rate of inflation, possibly hyper-inflation (see definition), or the US will default on its loans. This is why the rest of the world (read G20) is cutting ties as fast as they can without sparking hysteria. As it is, the whole boat is rocking wildly.
    “Brace for impact.” Agreed. How? Gold is supposed to be hedge against inflation, but you can’t eat gold. Become self sufficient. 1. Work up some food storage. This is useful when weather shuts down the highways, anyway. Plant a garden. Learn how to preserve food. Know how to purify water. Etc. 2. Get out of debt. 3. Prepare medical supplies. Pandemics are no longer a matter of if, but when. 4. Build a strong, supportive, social network (like we are doing here).
    I’ll go ahead and shamelessly plug http://www.providentliving.org, a well organized website grounded in tried and true principles.
    Peace out.

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  4. Norm said

    I posted this on another blog in response to someone saying it’s time to get into gold and it’s appropriate here as well…

    My 2 cents…

    I’ve also been doing a lot of research and have been consulting with others
    doing research as well (concerning the economy and where the dollar is headed)
    and my advice is this:

    Buy tangible assets. Only get into gold/silver/platinum etc. AFTER you have all
    the “stuff” that you THINK you MIGHT need should things get really bad.

    To get an estimate of what I’m suggesting, think what would you need to survive
    if the power went out – indefinitely. Think what you would need to eat and
    drink should you not be able to go to the store – indefinitely. Think what you
    would need to defend those assets – indefinitely.

    You get the idea.

    Now, should things never get to that point, and I sincerely hope they never do,
    you will find yourself well-prepared for any natural (or man-made) disaster.
    You will also be in possession of quite a bit of items that don’t really lose
    value and you could always sell them (or barter) at a later date.

    As my brother told me once: “You can’t defend gold with gold” – So get that lead
    and brass and something to shoot it with 1st.

    Oh, having firearms (and other weapons as dictated by need) is only as good as
    the training one has in using them. Then keep proficient in their use through
    regular practice (so get even more ammo than you think you would need…).

    Firearms and ammo have gone up in value just as much as gold has in the last 3-4
    years…

    Cheers,
    Norm

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