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Discussion in 'The Economy' started by Redwing, 26th Aug, 2008.

  1. Redwing

    Redwing Well-Known Member

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    Coming soon to a theatre near you?

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    YouTube - I.O.U.S.A. Movie Trailer


     
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  2. Billv

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    Redwing

    Thanks for the link, it will be very interesting to watch.

    It always amazed me how the US continue to go down this path
    and I see their parliament approving more and more spending and particularly continuing with the war in Iraq when it's clear that if they don't stop spending they will go broke...:eek:

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  3. Here_To_Learn

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    Of course the US continues to spend in Iraq. No doubt they will eventually get their ROI.

    I don't agree with the war ... I just think someone will eventually pay. Nothing is free in this world.
     
  4. AsxBroker

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    Morgan Spurlock in Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden was told by everyone that Osama is hiding in Pakistan...

    I notice that the USA has not invaded Pakistan but has invaded Iraq and Afghanistan...

    That's right, Pakistan has REAL Weapons of Mass Destruction and they might point them at the USA if they try and invade...

    It all makes sense now...
     
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  6. AsxBroker

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    Very very true BV
     
  7. tropic

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    I wonder if the economic collapse is happening now or will it be able to continue to survive and recover?