I can only remember the Fed saying "next month' late August this year. They also said this was dependent on market volatility.
As far a "markets will be crushed", a correction is due. A correction that may look severe by itself, but not in relation to the recovery since early 2009. By the way, the Fed had a lot to do with that recovery.
.....an insurgent outlier in American politics. It is ideologically extreme; scornful of compromise; unmoved by conventional understanding of facts, evidence and science; and dismissive of the legitimacy of its political opposition."
I should add that if you so choose to correct your error, and continue with your preposterous claim in the correct tense, it has actually already been sufficiently addressed in the post: lc298h • Aug 5, 2015 6:16 PM.
Congratulations on the extended piece of argumentum ad hominem. Longest I've ever seen, but just as fallacious.
We know from online shopping that a transaction does not prove the customer received the purchase.
The use of the determinant, "approval does not prove delivery", to prove you wrong does not denote the approval as fact. The determinant used is sufficient to prove you wrong, thus anything upstream of "the delivery", that being "the approval", becomes superfluous and therefore need not be addressed.
A. Wrong on accounts of incorrectness and irrelevancy.
1. Approval does not prove delivery.
2. Your statement relates solely to a particular event that HAS allegedly occurred. This event, or act within a particular process is not altered by any description of that process.
B. This thread pertains to what YOU are attempting. Further irrelevance is evident in the realization that it was YOU that chose that particular third of all choices of tense.
What absolves Obama of responsibility of having "given nukes" to Iran is due simply to the fact that there is no case to answer. As such, it is now your responsibility to answer to a case of false accusation.
"given" is past-tense, thereby securing the event as having occurred. Your answer therefore is irrelevant. This seems to be a hallmark of your bickering.
The question is not answered because it revels the fallacy of the statement to which it pertains....and you know it.
p.s. please note that the Arab League calls for Israel to return to the '67 borders, not the '48 borders. This shows a clear understanding of the modern history of this particular region and extraordinary goodwill in the peace offering by the neighboring Arab Nations.
"How has an ounce of gold changed in value? it is an inert metal that does not change."
That's a good question. I will mention that to my local jeweler when I go to buy a diamond ring. Diamonds are also inert and therefore, based on what you said, should not change in value. I'll tell him that you said I should pay an amount for that diamond equivalent to the price of diamonds when they first came available. This may be hard to find. So I'll base the price on some brilliant posts on this board that reveal that the dollar has lost 97% of its value. So I will buy the diamond currently priced at $1500 for $45.
Thanks so much to the masterminds on this board. You've saved me so much money.
I wonder what he would think about having citizens seeking guns treated like women seeking abortions?
Thom Hartmann's article (Sep. 4, 2015) presents an interesting proposal.
Plenty of money was spent to subdue a response that could have altered the eventual course toward an acceptance of elementary schoolers being obliterated by semi-automatic weapons.
I wonder why.
Any person speaking ill of their beliefs (commonly called telling the truth) will be attacked. But I always wondered how far they would go. Would there be anyone given leeway? This was until recently, when the Pope became part of their portfolio.
This suggests they would crucify the Second Coming.
When you look at the history books, pay attention to the borders of Israeli when set up by the UN in 1948 and compare them to what exists now. Also research the number of UN resolutions against Israel and how many have been vetoed, and by who(m). This will give you a good insight into the Arab-Israeli conflict and how the US is involved.