Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 13:29:01 -0800 From: "Photogenix" <Photognxnopsamcom.com> Subject: Re: fuel prices
'Course if Warlord George gets his way, well all be able to afford premium fuel for our Saabs. Except all those dead Iraqis though. Anthony "andrewunix" <agreenbunopsamnet> wrote in message news:slrnb4ah9d.2k0.agreenbunopsam.nyx.net... > Fri, 07 Feb 2003 18:20:33 -0500, arpicnopsammail.com suggested: > : On Fri, 07 Feb 2003 08:53:30 -0500, Bob <noemailnopsammain.com> wrote: > : > :>On Fri, 07 Feb 2003 01:26:31 -0500, Malcolm W. Mason > :><arpicnopsammail.com> wrote: > :> > :> > :>>Baltimore has just gone through the roof. > :>>Why? QWho knows? > :>>I just paid $1.56 for intermediate. > :> > :> > :>. Combined with Georgies saber rattling, things are > :>looking bad for energy prices and the economy. > :> > :>Bob > : > : Historically , wars are great for the economy. > : > : It took WWII to end the Great depresssion and it did it worldwide > : without any help from the New Deal which could not or did not move the > : US as fast as WWII did. > > The Great Depression was going to end anyway, whether WWII or the New Deal > happened, for that matter. It's just the nature of economics. > > Personally, I'll be very surprised if military action will benefit the > economy for any long-term effect. So would most economists. > > -- > agreenbu Return to Main Index
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