[ExI] Warren Buffett is worried too and thinks Republicans are "asinine"
pharos at gmail.com
Sat Oct 19 14:18:25 UTC 2013
On Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 2:44 PM, spike wrote:
> As I see it, the Tea Party has constituents from everywhere along the
> traditional political spectrum from far right to far left and everything in
> between. The de facto leader is saying the same thing now that Barack Obama
> was saying seven years ago. So the one feller who said it then was elected
> president and the other feller who is saying the same thing now is having
> his life threatened.
> What changed?
Obama got elected, saw the secret set of accounts, was briefed on how
bad the situation actually is and the approaching cataclysm. So he was
told that there was no option but to try and keep things going as long
as possible, while preparing as best he could against domestic
insurrection and foreign attacks.
It is easy to talk the talk until faced with having to walk the walk
and not only never get elected again, but force years of suffering on
the country. Yes, postponing the evil day makes the evil day far
worse. But the current leaders hope that they will be well clear of
the mess by the time it does arrive.
A crisis postponed means it is somebody else's problem. That seems to
be the way cities, states and most of the world is currently
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