Monday, May 19, 2008


Voters have limited party loyalties and short and fickle memories. Compassion is out of fashion. When the economy's hot shoppers buy a lot. The more the buyer buys the higher prices rise and this defies the law of supply and demand, better known as what ever the traffic will bear there the gougers go.

Ultimately it's bye-bye buyer until lack of consumer desire is followed by a rumor that inflation's coming back. We better pay more now before prices soar somehow and we'll be out of dough and when costs again are low we won't have the nickels and the dimes to benefit from the good times that bad times bring.

The question's this: do we sell short support for the Party of the Same and cast our lot with those who promise change what ever that will be will be? It's all the same old game of winners-losers, beggars can't be choosers. In the end we'll all go broke. The economy's just one big joke!


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