saxitoxin wrote:Your position is more complex than the federal tax code. As soon as I think I understand it, I find another index of cross-references, exceptions and amendments I have to apply.
Timminz wrote:Yo mama is so classless, she could be a Marxist utopia.
BigBallinStalin wrote:This is kind of accurate.
It just takes longer for people to realize the effects of inflation.
Essentially, it's a short-term "fix" with long-term consequences, which people often overlook (except Bernanke, who is aware of this).
People want something for nothing, so new money is lent into existence. This is to satisfy short-term demand, while ignoring long-term consequences. It's how the US funds deficit spending.
Many people, who demand that the government provide this or that, unknowingly also lend support to a primary cause of many of the US' problems. It's amazing to see this happen.
huamulan wrote:What kind of person pays for a car or holiday using a loan?
jay_a2j wrote:lets not be so quick to judge Hitler
Timminz wrote:huamulan wrote:What kind of person pays for a car or holiday using a loan?
A car I can understand, but I don't think anyone pays for a holiday with a loan. That would be ridiculous.
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