Saturday, November 24, 2007

guess i am not the only one

black friday: why this one is especially dark


bush economic policy- lays it out in lavender. thanks prof marcus


Sarah said...

It's not all dark. Check out these screen caps from CNN and MSNBC. It had me laughing out loud with lots of cheer!

Donnie McDaniel said...

Hiya Betmo, I'm coming back. Time to shake things up a gain.

billie said...

donnie honey- it's about time! hope things are good in your neck of the woods!

Anonymous said...

betmo, thanks for this excellent article. I'm also glad to have the link to the site, which I have bookmarked.

I agree that next Thanksgiving will likely be much different than this one.

But the dark days ahead are probably necessary before US citizens wake up from our long, self-satisfied, self-promoting, self-aggrandizing, self-delusional slumber.

landsker said...

Hi Betmo,
"Thanksgiving" will undoubtedly next year, be less luxurious for most.
The feast of christmas will likely not be the same.
Whilst the "christians" feast and rejoice for their long dead, long-haired preacher man, the Arabs, Asians, Chinese and Russians will continue to work at producing oil and silly plastic toys to amuse and power the West.
The time for payback is approaching, one wonders just how far will America fall?

Larry said...

Americans, neocons included haven't begun to see darkness yet.

But they will!