Monday, June 25, 2007

Protecting Our Interest

Recently I heard somebody say we should be in Iraq to protect our interests.

If that is true, that our troops can and should protect our monetary interests in other countries, does that give other countries the same right – to protect their interests abroad?

The reason I ask that is that I read somewhere that the U.S. is selling bonds to help pay for the Iraq war and their biggest customers are China and Japan. So, if that is true, China and Japan, by buying U.S. bonds, have a big monetary interest in the United States. If I remember correctly, stock holders own and they get what is left after the people who bought bonds in the company have been paid. So, it would be to these countries’ interest to see that the U.S. can afford to pay them back. How would they do that? To make sure the U.S. is ran more efficient.

Japan and China might want to come in with their troops and oversee and protect their interests more – maybe a good whap with a rifle butt will make that Postal clerk come out of the break room and get back to work or a shiny bayonet poking the ribs of another Federal worker looking out the window would snap him out of his daydream.

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5:05 AM  
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Hey about the post- George Bush may be the most Orwellian man on the planet- he is the guy who says things like---"We must protect the troops by keeping them underfire in a multi-sided civil war." Who can argue with that?

1:30 AM  
Blogger ET said...

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I heard something recently that somebody who is listened to said George Bush has made more stupid mistakes than any other presidents. And George said that wasn't fair - he had two more years yet.

4:21 AM  
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2:16 AM  

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