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Cruzan confusion

Posted by WARREN MOSLER on February 23rd, 2009


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Transcript from a local meeting with our non voting representative to Congress. Must be the Democratic Party’s script:

Christensen: Stimulus Will Help, But Won’t Solve All Problems

by Carol Buchanan

Feb 19 (St. Croix Source) — “In her presentation she mentioned that the money for the stimulus package would be borrowed and the first question from the audience was “Who was the money to be borrowed from?”

Much of the U.S. debt is already financed by China through the sale of federal securities such as Treasury Bills, and Christensen assumes that nation will also be the purchaser of new securities floated to finance the stimulus.

That answer was immediately followed by the question, “What if China cuts us off?”

Christensen said that, from what she has heard and read, China and Japan and other nations who purchase United States securities, financing the debt, would not cut off the United States because the United States would then be unable to buy their products. It is in China’s interest for the U.S. economy to be strong enough to buy the goods it produces.”


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One Response to “Cruzan confusion”

  1. manny valesco Says:

    “would then be unable to buy their products”

    Dean Barret told me the local asians have grown tired of westerners and other outsiders buying up all thier young daughters and are ready for the westerners to go home and stop driving up prices.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSkOs_Ljhj8&feature=PlayList&p=01406411BEAE6DD4&playnext=1&index=48

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