Gonna have to eat your dog, Jack.
Jews in the Ukraine and Israel both need money, and our first duty is to the rules-based order of endless death.
A majority of US voters are dissatisfied with President Joe Biden’s economic policies, according to the latest monthly poll conducted by the Global Strategy Group and North Star Opinion Research, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
According to the findings, some 61% of respondents said they disapproved of Biden’s handling of the economy, while only 36% approved.
Nearly 70% claimed that Biden’s economic policies have either hurt the American economy or had no impact on it. Some 33% stressed that the president’s actions have “hurt the economy a lot.” Just 26% saw Biden’s policies as beneficial, while only 14% believe their finances have improved since the president took office.
Some 82% of respondents stated that they were especially worried about rising prices and the failure of the current administration to deal with the problem. US inflation has dropped from last year’s peak of 9.1%, but was still well above the 2% target at 3.7% year-on-year in September. Some 75% of those polled named inflation as the greatest threat to the US economy in the next six months.
That’s really stupid.
Inflation doesn’t affect your wealth unless you’re poor. Otherwise, whether your house is worth $10,000 or $1,000,000, it’s worth the same relative to the price of food.
Unlike Fatmericans who roll around in their own filth, I’ve been to Vietnam where lunch costs one million currencies.
Everything is fine.
Inflation doesn’t matter. I mean, it’s not good. But if you’re not poor, the effect is minimal.
If you are poor, you get money from the government anyway, so what difference does it make?
The only serious problem with inflation is wages not keeping up with inflation, and that is easily solved by a government law that says you have to raise pay every year to meet inflation. Rich people would happily agree to this, as what screws rich people is interest rates.
The reason Biden’s economy is bad is because of interest rates. Not inflation. That’s a fact.