Sunday, August 15, 2010

The Taboo Topics of Today.

David Duke for President

Currently second most “Favorited” Video in News and Politics!

David Duke’s new video about his possible entry into the 2012 race for President is already, after only a few hours on Youtube, the 2nd most favorited video. When a video has a high numbers of views, are highly rated, “favorited” or have high numbers of comments, millions of additional people across America and the world learn about the video. It helps the video go viral.
So, please watch this video, rate it, favorite it and add comments as it enables many thousands of new people to see the video and become acquainted with the vital issues facing America and the world.
The video is also captioned which enables automatic translation in dozens of languages.
Here’s the link:
David Duke for President? – It’s up to you!


The Financial Meltdown Is Coming
Posted under:General — @ 2:29 am



The Financial Meltdown Is Coming

by Jeff Davis
We are headed for an oncoming financial train wreck. The engineer’s car is not manned by a wide-awake engineer with his hand on the brake watching the track ahead. It’s manned by crazed monkeys jumping from one spot to another, clueless that we’re about to run into something.
The New York Times reports: “California, New York and other states are showing many of the same signs of debt overload that recently took Greece to the brink — budgets that will not balance, accounting that masks debt, the use of derivatives to plug holes, and armies of retired public workers who are counting on benefits that are proving harder and harder to pay. And states are responding in sometimes desperate ways, raising concerns that they, too, could face a debt crisis. New Hampshire was recently ordered by its State Supreme Court to put back $110 million that it took from a medical malpractice insurance pool to balance its budget. Colorado tried, so far unsuccessfully, to grab a $500 million surplus from Pinnacol Assurance, a state workers’ compensation insurer that was privatized in 2002. It wanted the money for its university system and seems likely to get a lesser amount, perhaps $200 million.” (more…)www.davidduke.com

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