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Is the Council on Foreign Relation's credibility damaged by the racist Rhodesian murderer?
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It couldn't be.  Is he so poor he's willing to shill?  Or...
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Actionable Liberty, huh?

Anyone study OSINT?
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Ah crap - I missed Jacob's question, sorry.
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"Long-lived assets" reduction = demand deficiency?  Seems to me he is winking and saying 'if we could just figure out a way to reduce the capacity of currently built construction projects we could create new ones...'

Way to dress up your keynesianism in camo and boots, Alan.
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Mind your business?
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He was Bill Clinton's mentor at Georgetown. 
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Prophesy for the US

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/702d7640-022c-11e5-92ce-00144feabdc0.html?siteedition=intl

"Brazil’s economy is facing a hangover with the end of the commodities supercycle and government efforts to prolong a consumption and credit-led boom."

http://www.janes.com/article/51692/brazil-s-2015-defence-procurement-budget-cut-by-25

"Brazil's 2015 defence procurement budget will be reduced from a previously approved BRL22.6 billion (USD7.3 billion) to BRL17 billion, potentially leading to some programme delays or indefinite suspensions.

The 25% reduction is due to the country's current fiscal difficulties and is meant to contribute to economic stability, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on 22 May. Overall federal government spending is to be cut by BRL69.9 billion."

The US credit led boom will eventually end.  Brazil was forced to cut defense spending by 25%.  Something similar will have to happen in the US.
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