Gentlemen,

I'd like to make a suggestion. Let's continue our discussion in a new spot...here.

We all got acquainted here http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/carl-olsen/blog/2012/04/sanders-continues-lie but this blog is no longer suitable (or appropriate) for the discussion that is taking place. I find it very stimulating even though I don't have much to offer (you all are way beyond my grasp of this topic but you might find my fears and concerns humorous if nothing else).

Also, I think it would be great if we could involve more people with other view points into our discussion.

I wanted to provide links to places where you all had made comments but I decided not to as I didn't have your approval.

I might suggest that if any (or all) think this is a good idea...to start clean...you could provide links to your own threads to get others up to speed.

Hope none of you are offended, but I think this discussion is reall interesting...even if it scares the day-lights out of me.

To get things rolling I'll make a statement...MMT sounds like a gift to a bloated government and Congress hell bent on giving us another fighter plane we don't need, that is made in 8 different States and involves 16 Senators and probably more than 50 Congressmen.

I know I'll be "flattened" by noon tomorrow but I can't wait to start the discussion.

Sincerely,

Carl

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CARL OLSEN 3 years 42 weeks ago
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Or here http://www.thomhartmann.com/forum/2012/04/weimar-germany-or-ephesus

olenzekm started this one.

Sincerely,

Carl

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