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- On Fri, 29 Jul 2016, 11:45am PDT
Where's that Clinton Bump?,
Thats just her Crohn's and IBS flaring up. Didn't you see they had her in a bubble. Thats to keep the smell trapped inside. I've heard she's actually become fond of it
- On Fri, 29 Jul 2016, 8:05am PDT
Global Yields Are Falling!,
That was a weak bounce, alteady back below 1.5%, and looks poised to roll over and die.
How do you play this?
- On Thu, 28 Jul 2016, 10:16pm PDT
But I think the trade deals are more complicated than most people realize. That is, I don't believe total economic isolation of the U.S. would be to the world's benefit or even our own. The deals we make in the interest of our country's participation in international trade do sometimes benefit our corporations at a cost to our workers. It sucks, but it may also be necessary.
Is anyone suggesting economic isolation?
I'm curious as to why you suggest that our politicians make trade deals that sacrifice our Labor class, for the benefit of the the Corporate Ownership class, out of necessity. Care to explain?
I would think that a government of the people would make trade deals that benefit The People. Out of necessity.
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