November 2, 2007

Leaving Kids "Interminable War"

Even if the man didn’t have the bone fiddies to make this proposition, the argument stands alone. I only take acceptation to his assertion that Europe is a “nonexistent” country. True, history is in your face in every European town, but the young people are adapting quite easily (I believe) to multiculturalism. It’s the old wankers who are holding up the process. Comments, Europeans?
Catapulting Propaganda The Wages of Hegemony
When he departs the White House on 20 January, 2009, the current resident will bequeath to the American people and the next administration an interminable war in the Middle East and a depreciated currency.
…As large and troublesome as this cost is, it pales in comparison to the damage the war has done to the value of the dollar and its role as reserve currency. Since 2001, the Euro has risen 60 percent against the dollar.
Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan administration. He was Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page and Contributing Editor of National Review. He is coauthor of The Tyranny of Good Intentions. He can be reached at:

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