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Re: Socialism is nice within Capitalism

Postby Meno_ » Tue Nov 12, 2019 3:24 pm

For all the worry about the loss of effective checks and balances, even if, the focus of debate has been reduced to lack of transparent into the relation between rules of engagement and as It effects procedural insight, - the result surprisingly leads to a self correcting economic tool already in place.

Everybody knows lawyers lie out of their teeth on principle to define and defend a point of view, by conflating them by points, principles of law, which can apply to issues given wide latitude of interpretation.

But economic basis of selecting the most profitable and expedient ways of applying them to their objects if inquiry leads them to the appropriate course to go.

The economic litmus test determine this course, whether it is to fact it in shorted out, or long term buying in of derivitable securities, such as represented by hedge funds.
It's the economy , stupid that undarlays the veneer of justification, and it is quite imaginable what would Trumpism look like if faced with a very different economy other the one now supposedly enjoyed today.

There is too much traction of economic stability, to upset an a status quo, as political diversions are maintaining the current standoff.
That is why, unless the situation changes suddenly, as predicted by our current vocal members here at ILP , that an economic crash is imminent, things are likely go on unaffected by the current harrowing partisan clash.

The checks and balances are formal effects infused by the processes of market place predictions, and those may appear strictly based on intelligent gut level guesses, but what they really , by virtue of their functional applications to derivative logistics, are litmus tests that correlate prediction and market activity by use of the most available substance, the committing of the buy and sell orders
.
So lets wait and see, if , during this political crisis,how the market will behave as an indicator of appearent foreshadowing of what bettors really think will happen in the foreseeable future.

There are bets on conditions by betting agencies as well, that can check , but balancing appears primarily from where the real money is going to, and right now, imminent doom and gloom are not on the horizon.
The generated hoopla is already more a preview into the coming attractions of how the next election will pan out, rather then a matter that concerns an immediate removal of the president.
Its becoming a political party struggle to ensure long term partisan power.
The smart money goes with the sustenance of the present status quo.

Everything is prefigured short term at least six months in advance, and situations allow that much time for corrections.

Right now, there is no real immediate call to justice, as all the parts of the argument have been put out.

The executive becoming overly authoritarian , even in the face of an impeachment, is morphing into a bipartisan political issue around the prospects of the election, rather then relating to the question of whether Trump is counter productive to the right interpretation of the Constitution.

The message coming down is to do with the appearent desperation of the parties to regain power.
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Re: Socialism is nice within Capitalism

Postby Zero_Sum » Mon Nov 18, 2019 3:42 am

Meno_ wrote:For all the worry about the loss of effective checks and balances, even if, the focus of debate has been reduced to lack of transparent into the relation between rules of engagement and as It effects procedural insight, - the result surprisingly leads to a self correcting economic tool already in place.

Everybody knows lawyers lie out of their teeth on principle to define and defend a point of view, by conflating them by points, principles of law, which can apply to issues given wide latitude of interpretation.

But economic basis of selecting the most profitable and expedient ways of applying them to their objects if inquiry leads them to the appropriate course to go.

The economic litmus test determine this course, whether it is to fact it in shorted out, or long term buying in of derivitable securities, such as represented by hedge funds.
It's the economy , stupid that undarlays the veneer of justification, and it is quite imaginable what would Trumpism look like if faced with a very different economy other the one now supposedly enjoyed today.

There is too much traction of economic stability, to upset an a status quo, as political diversions are maintaining the current standoff.
That is why, unless the situation changes suddenly, as predicted by our current vocal members here at ILP , that an economic crash is imminent, things are likely go on unaffected by the current harrowing partisan clash.

The checks and balances are formal effects infused by the processes of market place predictions, and those may appear strictly based on intelligent gut level guesses, but what they really , by virtue of their functional applications to derivative logistics, are litmus tests that correlate prediction and market activity by use of the most available substance, the committing of the buy and sell orders
.
So lets wait and see, if , during this political crisis,how the market will behave as an indicator of appearent foreshadowing of what bettors really think will happen in the foreseeable future.

There are bets on conditions by betting agencies as well, that can check , but balancing appears primarily from where the real money is going to, and right now, imminent doom and gloom are not on the horizon.
The generated hoopla is already more a preview into the coming attractions of how the next election will pan out, rather then a matter that concerns an immediate removal of the president.
Its becoming a political party struggle to ensure long term partisan power.
The smart money goes with the sustenance of the present status quo.

Everything is prefigured short term at least six months in advance, and situations allow that much time for corrections.

Right now, there is no real immediate call to justice, as all the parts of the argument have been put out.

The executive becoming overly authoritarian , even in the face of an impeachment, is morphing into a bipartisan political issue around the prospects of the election, rather then relating to the question of whether Trump is counter productive to the right interpretation of the Constitution.

The message coming down is to do with the appearent desperation of the parties to regain power.


There will be no economic reform in this nation under the current government period. Neither democrats or republicans will do anything meaningful and the reason for that is the United States for all intents or purposes is flat out broke and bankrupted. I get a good laugh from the democrats in this election, even as a socialist myself I know you need money along with infrastructure to implement the kinda of changes they're talking about of which we have neither.

The national treasury is empty beyond a bunch of IOU's, manufacturing is gone minus a few military weapon manufacturing centers, retail is collapsing, bond market is collapsing, farmers going bankrupted, 26% real unemployment beyond BS official statistical metrics, consumers are broke, stagnating slave wages, unfunded pensions, lowest national birth rate on historical record, and astronomical national debt just to name a few concerning calamities that are plaguing this nation. I could keep adding onto that list if I wanted to.

It's all downhill from here, I suggest everybody that lives in the United States to have a plan because one hard wind or storm is going to blow this entire house of cards apart viciously.

My plan is a nice secluded cabin in the woods along with organizing and communicating with other like minds pulling our resources together to weather the chaos. I already have my reservations in place.

I'll be the guy playing a banjo laughing, surviving, and giggling in the woods.

"I'm sorry, but the lifestyle you've ordered that you've grown accustomed to is completely out of stock. Have a nice day! "-$$$

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