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jlsavell

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 10:51 PM << Modifed October 24 at 10:56PM >>
Ahh.... but reconcile, Moses, David, and John Kennedy had something in common besides being imperfect, they had wisdom, strength and maturity. Trump does not. Obviously they also had an extremely high influence in Leadership. It?s a universal law called ?The law of the lid".

Winston Churchill stood strong in the face of adversity. John Kennedy did. Martin Luther King did. Moses did. They might of at times lost faith in their God or themselves, but they didn?t crack under the weight of the world. Not good reasoning, always Michael... not good at all. And to further cement this, none of them brought the weight of the world or of people upon themselves by their tongue, ignorance, disrespect , bullying and lying.

But if that?s the hill you stand firm and choose to battle on, be my guest. If you truly want people to understand what you are saying, try a different angle. Stop being belligerent.,


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:02 PM
listen if you guys are keep speaking in tongue...
I'm gonna need an interpreter...my gift is number crunching long division and cheer spreading.Well I'll tell you what Craig....they've told US all our lives...next time get off your dairyair and vote. .....weak wine huh,,,?



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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:06 PM << Modifed October 24 at 11:17PM >>
And if you weren't exercising your gift of glossolalia, Michael, I might have the slightest clue and be able to respond, but I guess maybe that's the plan? Look, I get that you and others were at your wit's end at what you saw as the end of your country as you knew it. You wanted a change from the best President you'd had in decades - fair enough. You voted, and you got what you wished for. After all that has happened since then, isn't it maybe time to acknowledge you got it very, very wrong?

I don't like our (conservative) Prime Minister much. He doesn't seem to have any political backbone. The alternative (the leader of what would be roughly equivalent to your Democrats) doesn't inspire me either. So, rather than consciously vote for someone I think is not up to par, I voted, as I often do, for a minor party. But the thing is, as little respect as I have for both our alternative leaders, neither of them is likely to send this country to hell in a handbasket. I may disagree with them, and hate their policies, but that's all part of a democracy. The US needs to find a Republican candidate (possibly one who is a REAL Republican, and not just putting on the hat to get the job), and get rid of this clown. And some people need to stop being so blinkered they can't see the truth when it jumps up to bite them on the arse.


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:12 PM
i wouldnt touch that word if you paid me....it looks like somebody spit in a dish.
dont worry about it Craig I know you now....-smile-

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:19 PM
Sorry, Michael. I'll just confess that I was editing my post as you responded, so it is different to what you answered. I don't think there is much there that would have changed your response, though.


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:24 PM << Modifed October 24 at 11:28PM >>
Is that kind of like dairyair? Is that O2 with milk? What word sounded like spit in a dish CD? I missed it.

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:27 PM << Modifed October 24 at 11:30PM >>
Jimi:

Arse is Aussie (and Brit) for derriere, yes.

As for the "spit in a dish" Michael referred to - I presume he was talking about glossolalia - or speaking in tongues. I was never a pentecostal, but I knew a few ;-)


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:30 PM
Well, in Texas where I was born and hell raised it is class without the cl.

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:33 PM
In deference to the gun lobby, we say it "arsenal" - without the "nal".


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 11:33 PM
yea well we used to think that too Craig...then Wikileaks, Snowden and general suspicion had beer together. better keep your complacency to yourself....its funny about that stuff it just never seems to run out until does.anyway...sweet dreams I dont want to disturb your sleep. night Dreamer-

   
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