Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Argentina, wait I mean Britain, to be the newest disfunctional banana republic

Oh yeah, price controls...that's the ticket. That always works. Just ask Argentina
One of his first acts in office would be to pass emergency legislation forbidding energy companies from increasing domestic prices, the leader told his party conference. The eye-catching pledge is intended to persuade voters that only Labour can restore living standards eroded by years of prices rising faster than incomes, likely to be a central issue in the 2015 general election. The plan was at the heart of a speech meant to highlight what Labour says is David Cameron’s failure on the cost of living and to cast Mr Miliband as the leader offering hope.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/10332336/Labour-pledge-to-freeze-energy-bills.html Well its nice to know there are countries out there in worse predicament than USA. USA is the country I hate the most, except for all the others, lol OH WAIT we got California! California insists on increasing the "rights" of illegal aliens.
"We need to stop implementing the Secure Communities program that is causing the detention and deportation of thousands of our community."
While traveling through CA this summer, I was impressed at the enormous unsustainability of all the sustainable programs that CA had created. They are so effed, financially and mentally (sorry to 16% of the country)


  1. Effed up?

    Try coming to Canada to see Effed up.

    Our pension plan is so unsustainable they are revising it to reduce benefits by 60% if you retire "early".

    Freedom 75!

  2. Howzit PW, us southerners down here know what ye speak of. Yep, the NWO is basically you are a slave and you work your ass off until you die, and SO you die earlier.


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