Thanks for your replies WBL!<quoted text>
Your assertion is well taken and serious. I've been banging the drum here and there for months about the federal reserve especially before the elections and none of these knobs want to talk about it. Especially topix's biggest knob, Praxis33. He rails me about my support for Ron Paul and his assertion to end the fed but he cannot explain where I am wrong. He never can, but according to 'Carl from Pittsfield' he's a stand up kinda guy.
Good luck to you.
I purposely didn't mention R.P., or any other political aspect in my question since the question is nonpartisan.
I didn't go into depth on the F.R.
I do have my own opinions on that subject as well, but it would just have watered down the question,
while giving room to pigeonhole the messenger (me), instead of answering the question.
Republican, Democrat, or otherwise,
We are bleeding money
We have decided to print more money instead of offering our debt to others at the interest rate the market would normally bear.
My question doesn't argue with that tactic,
You could argue the low interest rate should spur economic growth.
My question is, how long do you think can we do this?