Violence Escalating, Quantitative Easing
MSNBC is showing live feeds from Cairo. Protests are spreading. Yemen is getting hit, tomorrow big protests in Pakistan are planned.
Obama is walking back comments putting Egypt’s US relationship in question. Rachel Maddow and Richard Engel are talking about free masons and zionists as I write this. They are pondering why crazy arabs are also conspiracy theorists about everything America, and so angry.
It’s all very exciting coverage, very engaging.
That’s not very exciting. The need for continued juicing from the Fed sounds like this:
The Federal Reserve said it will expand its holdings of long-term securities with open-ended purchases of $40 billion of mortgage debt a month in a third round of quantitative easing as it seeks to boost growth and reduce unemployment.
Let’s get back to the fun foreign policy campaign stuff, like Mitt being a lying POS. I might add, locally, those who pass along the lies are equally despicable (Rob Natelson).
But what the hell is truth anyway? Seriously, where can one find it, like ever?
The movie that supposedly sparked the spreading anti-American rage is shrouded in weird, ridiculous claims. No one seems to know what the hell is going on.
But when has that ever stopped the need to act decisively? Marines, drones, war ships to the Libyan coast.
I am not looking forward to October.