Charlie, enjoyed reading your responses. I don't really have much more response to what you've added. I just think we will continue to see the situation differently.You said "Americans don't want to interpret what is happening as the class struggle that it is, but that's what I see happening, and it's a struggle that only the smallest percentage of the nine to fifteen classes will win of, none of which will be the "middle classes" in your first post...hence my 'middle class' remark.Whatever scenario this fiasco fits into, whehter you simply look at it as a bear market correction which some people were not smart enough to see and respond to in time, or a devastation of the market by the people Lok and I refer to, or a mixture of both (which is probably the truest scenario of all)....$8 trillion disappeared, according to Greenspan. If I were more awake today, I might give a better response, but this is a Sunday a.m. response and the best I can muster up!!Have a good one and I look forward to reading more of your posts.
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