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    Quote Originally Posted by Time Warner View Post
    The Canadian economy is comparable to an elephant on stilts walking on a icy lake. They are way too smug about their situation, most are in complete denial and I don't really care because they can do what ever they want.

    But yeah, they are going to get a funny reality check soon enough.
    Yeah, we're pretty fucked. Our debt is through the roof, and a housing bubble has propped up our economy since 2009. And our 'conservative' government has managed to cause all by intervening in the real-estate market. Sound familiar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by math is hard View Post
    Yeah, we're pretty fucked. Our debt is through the roof, and a housing bubble has propped up our economy since 2009. And our 'conservative' government has managed to cause all by intervening in the real-estate market. Sound familiar?
    Yes sir, it does.

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    Paul's was absolutely better, but Rubio went directly at the democratic narrative on several points and obliterated it. Working class neighborhood, immigrant parents, just finished paying off school loans a few months ago, understanding and living the free-market dream of opportunity -- Romney could NOT make that speech.
    Except when you got down to the policy points, he could. It was only the messenger, and points about the messenger that were different. It makes it harder to attack him for it, he's not a sliver spoon rich dude, but it's the same message that failed to resonate with voters last time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baphomet3 View Post
    Someone bought the domain name RonPaul.com and is asking Ron Paul for $800,000 for the rights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Time Warner View Post
    The Canadian economy is comparable to an elephant on stilts walking on a icy lake. They are way too smug about their situation, most are in complete denial and I don't really care because they can do what ever they want.

    But yeah, they are going to get a funny reality check soon enough.

    So what's going to happen smart guy? You're keeping me in suspense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by math is hard View Post
    Yeah, we're pretty fucked. Our debt is through the roof, and a housing bubble has propped up our economy since 2009.
    Housing bubble propping up the economy? I know were in a housing bubble but I'd always thought our economy is more influenced by our natural resources and the price of oil. Still though...I don't know if I'd be investing in one of those $400,000 400sq.ft condos in Toronto.

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