Home Mail MemberMap Chat (0) Wallpapers
Go Back   ChiefsPlanet > The Lounge > D.C.

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 03-28-2013, 07:41 AM  
bevischief bevischief is offline
....
 
bevischief's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: North Dakota
Casino cash: $8546
VARSITY
New study confirms economy was destroyed by Democrat policies

New study confirms economy was destroyed by Democrat policies

Economy
December 21, 2012
By: Robert Moon

A new study from the widely respected National Bureau of Economic Research released this week has confirmed beyond question that the left's race-baiting attacks on the housing market (the Community Reinvestment Act--enacted under Carter, made shockingly more aggressive under Clinton) is directly responsible for imploding the housing market and destroying the economy.

The study painstakingly sorted through failed home loans that caused the housing market collapse and identified an overwhelming connection between them and CRA mortgages.

Again, let's review:

-President Bush went to Congress repeatedly for years warning them that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were going to destroy the economy (17 times in 2008 alone). Democrats continuously ignored him, shut down his proposals along party lines and continued raiding the institutions for campaign contributions on their way down.
Fox News shows timeline for economic meltdown
Timeline shows Bush, McCain warning Dems of financial and housing crisis; meltdown

-John McCain also co-sponsored urgently critical reforms that would have prevented the housing market collapse, but Democrats shut that down as well, along party lines, and even openly ridiculed anyone who suggested reforms were necessary...to protect their taxpayer-funded campaign contributions as the economy raced uncontrollably toward the cliff.

-No one was making bad loans to unqualified people until Democrats came along and threatened to drag banks into court and have them fined and branded as racists if they didn't go along with the left's Affirmative Action lending policies...all while federally insuring their losses. Even the New York Times warned in the late 1990s that Democrats continuing to force banks into lowering their standards would lead to this exact catastrophe.

-Obama himself is even on the record personally helping sue one lender (Citibank) into lowering its lending standards to include people from extremely poor and unstable areas, which even one of the left's favorite blatantly partisan "fact-checkers," Snopes, admits (while pretending to 'set the record straight').

-Even The New York Times admitted that there is "little evidence" of any connection between the "Republican" deregulation measures Obama blames, like the Gramm-Bleach-Liley Act (signed into law by a Democrat), and the collapse of the housing market.

But non-Fox media have spent years deliberately and relentlessly inoculating people against the facts, training them to mindlessly blame Bush for being in charge when Democrat policies destroyed the economy. So here we sit, to this day, still watching Obama excuse and shrug off endless economic failures, illegal government takeovers and utter national bankruptcy with zero accountability.
Posts: 24,498
bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.bevischief is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:20 PM   #46
LOCOChief LOCOChief is offline
True Chiefs Fan
 
LOCOChief's Avatar
 

Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Bull Bay
Casino cash: $5554
[quote=Garcia Bronco;9535916]For those of you who have never been in the business...50 mill plus is damn great. Almost ridiculous.[/QUOTE]

It will be if I can do it again this year. Last year of sons college tuition then I will never be motivated to have that kind of production again. and thanks.
Posts: 3,116
LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.LOCOChief Forgot to Remove His Claytex and Got Toxic Shock Syndrome.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:40 PM   #47
patteeu patteeu is offline
The 23rd Pillar
 
patteeu's Avatar
 

Join Date: Sep 2002
Casino cash: $5000
Quote:
Originally Posted by FD View Post
I've actually read this study, its a very important look at the effects of the CRA. It comes to the exact opposite conclusion that this article describes, however. It finds that loans pushed under the CRA were LESS likely to default during the crash than other loans, and that the CRA did not contribute to the housing bubble or crash.
Quote:
Originally Posted by FD View Post
Exactly. The study confirming that CRA loans defaulted at low rates is the source of this hilariously wrong OP. And the idiots on this board just lap it up without giving it a second thought.
Quote:
Originally Posted by FD View Post
Quote:
Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins View Post
The old CRA boogeyman again.

This has been thoroughly debunked.

CRA loans defaulted at lower rates than unregulated subprime loans, including commercial real estate and loans from mortgage originators like Countrywide, who weren't subject to CRA regulations.

You want to know who's really at fault? Idiots like the OP, because your wanton lack of critical thinking skills is what allows for things like the subprime crisis to happen, because you try and oversimplify an incredibly complex system into an easily digestible answer. Consequently, you don't actually look for causes, you look for reasons to satiate your confirmation bias, which insulates guilty parties from scrutiny and the system from real change.
Exactly. The study confirming that CRA loans defaulted at low rates is the source of this hilariously wrong OP. And the idiots on this board just lap it up without giving it a second thought.
Are you being a little disingenuous here, FD? Assuming for the sake of argument that it's a fact that CRA loans defaulted at a lower rate than subprime loans (and I don't doubt you on this), does that really mean that CRA policies weren't the cause or one of the major causes of the crisis? The OP article doesn't try to make the case that it was the CRA loans themselves that caused the crisis. The OP article suggests that there is a connection between the failing loans and CRA mortgages, not that the failing loans actually were CRA mortgages. This sounds a lot more like the argument LOCOChief is making than the one you're purporting to refute.

I haven't read the study, but here's the abstract from NBER's website:

Quote:
Did the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Lead to Risky Lending?
Sumit Agarwal, Efraim Benmelech, Nittai Bergman, Amit Seru

NBER Working Paper No. 18609
Issued in December 2012
NBER Program(s): AP CF

Yes, it did. We use exogenous variation in banks’ incentives to conform to the standards of the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) around regulatory exam dates to trace out the effect of the CRA on lending activity. Our empirical strategy compares lending behavior of banks undergoing CRA exams within a given census tract in a given month to the behavior of banks operating in the same census tract-month that do not face these exams. We find that adherence to the act led to riskier lending by banks: in the six quarters surrounding the CRA exams lending is elevated on average by about 5 percent every quarter and loans in these quarters default by about 15 percent more often. These patterns are accentuated in CRA-eligible census tracts and are concentrated among large banks. The effects are strongest during the time period when the market for private securitization was booming.
Again, that sounds a lot more like what LOCOChief is suggesting than what you're refuting. I don't plan on paying $5 to read the entire article, but if it does what you say it does, the author's own abstract is pretty misleading. It makes me skeptical of what you, Hamas, and kcnative are selling here.
__________________


"I'll see you guys in New York." ISIS Caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to US military personnel upon his release from US custody at Camp Bucca in Iraq during Obama's first year in office.
Posts: 75,744
patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:43 PM   #48
blaise blaise is offline
Gonzo = Sexy Bitch
 

Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Plano, TX
Casino cash: $20
It certainly doesn't appear that it comes to the "exact opposite" conclusion that FD claims it did.
Posts: 20,999
blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.blaise is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:47 PM   #49
'Hamas' Jenkins 'Hamas' Jenkins is offline
For Oscar
 
'Hamas' Jenkins's Avatar
 

Join Date: Jan 2006
Casino cash: $18642
Quote:
Originally Posted by LOCOChief View Post
I've been a residential lender for 25 years. I've consistently originated $50,000,000 + every year for the last 10 years. I've designed portfolio residential platforms and products for Community Banks.

We as lenders originate to Agency standards "salability". That’s what responsible lenders do and have done. The GSE's set the benchmarks. When those "salability" requirements became less stringent as to allow anyone that could fog a mirror qualify for a loan many portfolio lenders followed suit. To some degree to meet CRA requirements but more so to remain competitive.

Don't you think the lenders pedaling loan products on the street became aware when the underwriting requirements changed?

Look, I realize that you’re a dumb ****ing kid that has no clue even though you think you have all the answers. I'd bet almost anything that you do not or have never applied for or qualified for a home mortgage. I worked my ass off to become one of the industry’s top producers over the years and I guarantee I've forgotten more about this business than you'll ever know you little back biting bitch.

The real problem for you with this whole mess is 6 years ago I could even give an illegal mexican like yourself a home loan, not now Natcho Libra
There is no actual counterargument in this post. Only overt racism.

Who suggested that underwriting standards weren't lowered?
Posts: 59,746
'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:49 PM   #50
'Hamas' Jenkins 'Hamas' Jenkins is offline
For Oscar
 
'Hamas' Jenkins's Avatar
 

Join Date: Jan 2006
Casino cash: $18642
Quote:
Originally Posted by mikey23545 View Post
Yeah, obviously no one in the organization who did this study could be taken seriously...


Notable members of the National Bureau of Economic Research

Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winners:

Christopher Sims 2011
Thomas Sargent 2011
Peter Diamond 2010
Dale Mortensen 2010
Paul Krugman 2008
Edward C. Prescott 2004
Finn Kydland 2004
Robert F. Engle 2003



Joseph Stiglitz 2001
George Akerlof 2001
James J. Heckman 2000
Daniel L. McFadden 2000
Robert C. Merton 1997



Myron S. Scholes 1997
Robert E. Lucas 1995
Robert W. Fogel 1993
Gary S. Becker 1992



George J. Stigler 1982
Theodore W. Schultz 1979
Milton Friedman 1976
Wassily Leontief 1973
Simon Kuznets 1971
Did you even read the ****ing study? It suggests the exact opposite of the OP's claims.

That's why some of the authors, like Paul Krugman, posted an extensive takedown of the CRA claim.

Way to BEP the OP.
Posts: 59,746
'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:51 PM   #51
BucEyedPea BucEyedPea is offline
BucPatriot
 
BucEyedPea's Avatar
 

Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: None of your business
Casino cash: $17773
Quote:
Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins View Post
Did you even read the ****ing study? It suggests the exact opposite of the OP's claims.

That's why some of the authors, like Paul Krugman, posted an extensive takedown of the CRA claim.

Way to BEP the OP.
Keep me out of it. Oh, and Krugman is a crackpot.
__________________
“The power to declare war, including the power of judging the causes of war, is fully and exclusively vested in the legislature.” ~ James Madison, Father of the Constitution
Posts: 58,984
BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:55 PM   #52
patteeu patteeu is offline
The 23rd Pillar
 
patteeu's Avatar
 

Join Date: Sep 2002
Casino cash: $5000
Quote:
Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins View Post
Did you even read the ****ing study? It suggests the exact opposite of the OP's claims.

That's why some of the authors, like Paul Krugman, posted an extensive takedown of the CRA claim.

Way to BEP the OP.
1. Paul Krugman isn't one of the authors.

2. That Krugman piece that you link to came out two years before this study.

3. It's not clear that you even know which ****ing study we're talking about, much less that you've read it.
__________________


"I'll see you guys in New York." ISIS Caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to US military personnel upon his release from US custody at Camp Bucca in Iraq during Obama's first year in office.
Posts: 75,744
patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:57 PM   #53
'Hamas' Jenkins 'Hamas' Jenkins is offline
For Oscar
 
'Hamas' Jenkins's Avatar
 

Join Date: Jan 2006
Casino cash: $18642
You want the causes of the subprime crisis, here they are:

1) Elimination of Glass Steagall
2) Elimination of Bank Leverage Requirements
3) Institution of the securitization chain, which allowed banks to spin off bad loans
4) Poor underwriting standards
5) Absent enforcement by the SEC
6) Greedy homeowners, current and potential
7) Greenspan consistently lowering the federal funds rate after the tech bubble burst, causing people who lost their savings to go into debt by tapping the equity of their homes at low interest rates.
8) A refusal to regulate over the counter derivatives like CDOs
9) A refusal to regulate CDSs so that one CDO couldn't have 50 policies taken out on it.

Unfortunately, this doesn't fit the Democrats=evil or Republicans= evil line, so the implicit intellectual laziness of 99% of the population won't even attempt to analyze the actual causes.

It's easier to blame it on poor black people (Hi Rick Santarelli) or Goldman Sachs alone instead of looking at a multiplicity of causes.
Posts: 59,746
'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:58 PM   #54
Xanathol Xanathol is offline
Starter
 

Join Date: Mar 2011
Casino cash: $6445
Quote:
Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins View Post
The old CRA boogeyman again.

This has been thoroughly debunked.

CRA loans defaulted at lower rates than unregulated subprime loans, including commercial real estate and loans from mortgage originators like Countrywide, who weren't subject to CRA regulations.

You want to know who's really at fault? Idiots like the OP, because your wanton lack of critical thinking skills is what allows for things like the subprime crisis to happen, because you try and oversimplify an incredibly complex system into an easily digestible answer. Consequently, you don't actually look for causes, you look for reasons to satiate your confirmation bias, which insulates guilty parties from scrutiny and the system from real change.
"It has been thoroughly proven that the Chiefs have won every Super Bowl that has and has not been played!"

See, saying something is so, does not make it so.
Posts: 545
Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.Xanathol must have mowed badgirl's lawn.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:59 PM   #55
patteeu patteeu is offline
The 23rd Pillar
 
patteeu's Avatar
 

Join Date: Sep 2002
Casino cash: $5000
Quote:
Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins View Post
You want the causes of the subprime crisis, here they are:

1) Elimination of Glass Steagall
2) Elimination of Bank Leverage Requirements
3) Institution of the securitization chain, which allowed banks to spin off bad loans
4) Poor underwriting standards
5) Absent enforcement by the SEC
6) Greedy homeowners, current and potential
7) Greenspan consistently lowering the federal funds rate after the tech bubble burst, causing people who lost their savings to go into debt by tapping the equity of their homes at low interest rates.
8) A refusal to regulate over the counter derivatives like CDOs
9) A refusal to regulate CDSs so that one CDO couldn't have 50 policies taken out on it.

Unfortunately, this doesn't fit the Democrats=evil or Republicans= evil line, so the implicit intellectual laziness of 99% of the population won't even attempt to analyze the actual causes.

It's easier to blame it on poor black people (Hi Rick Santarelli) or Goldman Sachs alone instead of looking at a multiplicity of causes.
Everyone and everything is to blame so no one and nothing is to blame. Let's ramp up regulation!
__________________


"I'll see you guys in New York." ISIS Caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to US military personnel upon his release from US custody at Camp Bucca in Iraq during Obama's first year in office.
Posts: 75,744
patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 03:59 PM   #56
'Hamas' Jenkins 'Hamas' Jenkins is offline
For Oscar
 
'Hamas' Jenkins's Avatar
 

Join Date: Jan 2006
Casino cash: $18642
Quote:
Originally Posted by patteeu View Post
1. Paul Krugman isn't one of the authors.

2. That Krugman piece that you link to came out two years before this study.

3. It's not clear that you even know which ****ing study we're talking about, much less that you've read it.
The new study isn't new. It's a rehash of the same ideas which have existed since September 15, 2008 and pop up again about every six months.

If I say that autism is caused by vaccines, the thorough debunking of that claim by past research is still equally as valid, especially when no new evidence has been presented.
Posts: 59,746
'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 04:00 PM   #57
'Hamas' Jenkins 'Hamas' Jenkins is offline
For Oscar
 
'Hamas' Jenkins's Avatar
 

Join Date: Jan 2006
Casino cash: $18642
Quote:
Originally Posted by patteeu View Post
Everyone and everything is to blame so no one and nothing is to blame. Let's ramp up regulation!
This is the exact shit that I'm talking about.
Posts: 59,746
'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.'Hamas' Jenkins is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 04:02 PM   #58
Prison Bitch Prison Bitch is online now
The bitch is BACK!
 
Prison Bitch's Avatar
 

Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Lees summit
Casino cash: $18621
Paul Krugman, lol
Posts: 15,262
Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.Prison Bitch 's phone was tapped by Scott Pioli.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 04:03 PM   #59
patteeu patteeu is offline
The 23rd Pillar
 
patteeu's Avatar
 

Join Date: Sep 2002
Casino cash: $5000
Quote:
Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins View Post
The new study isn't new. It's a rehash of the same ideas which have existed since September 15, 2008 and pop up again about every six months.

If I say that autism is caused by vaccines, the thorough debunking of that claim by past research is still equally as valid, especially when no new evidence has been presented.
Yeah, sure. I bet you've read the new study and confirmed it too. And of course, the National Bureau of Economic Research loves to put out rehashed studies that simply regurgitate old ideas and break no new ground. Let's just say that your word isn't the gold standard at the moment.
__________________


"I'll see you guys in New York." ISIS Caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to US military personnel upon his release from US custody at Camp Bucca in Iraq during Obama's first year in office.
Posts: 75,744
patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.patteeu is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2013, 04:05 PM   #60
BucEyedPea BucEyedPea is offline
BucPatriot
 
BucEyedPea's Avatar
 

Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: None of your business
Casino cash: $17773
Quote:
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch View Post
Paul Krugman, lol
__________________
“The power to declare war, including the power of judging the causes of war, is fully and exclusively vested in the legislature.” ~ James Madison, Father of the Constitution
Posts: 58,984
BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On

Forum Jump




All times are GMT -6. The time now is 05:17 PM.


This is a test for a client's site.
A new website that shows member-created construction site listings that need fill or have excess fill. Dirt Monkey @ https://DirtMonkey.net
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.0
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.