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By washingtonpost.com editors  |  October 17, 2008; 7:30 AM ET
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It looks to be going from warfare to terrorism and at the highest possible expense. The election is looking like the airport with a do not vote list and more confusion than a flying circus. It's fall and the acorns are dropping fast. There is grief in the falling leaves. The camp pain investor is saying buy stock, we overpaid for all these votes and we need a bailout. House prices keep falling like the leaves, so the margin between what you paid and what you have now is growing wider. And by the way, pick up the tab for Sweet Willie on his houses. That means a new bigger bailout and throw another fifty million in the campaign chest to buy what votes are not secured yet. If you don't buy stocks it's because you lost so much to begin with buying stock or according to the new logic you just aren't greedy enough to know better from not better. Of course the problem could be fear and those spreading fear, which is a sign that you are dealing with political terrorism, in which case you could be anywhere in America without food for your kids getting ready to get tossed into the streets unless you vote for their guys. In that case you won't be sorry because they will take care of the mortgage and send a few grand over to the house for goodwill. The crisis grows and millions and millions for more mortgages and nothing for common sense does not make for a revolution. They have a big bag of tricks and no treats. Give all the kids acorns for Halloween. As always happens this time of year the leaves are spreading, so it's work work what can you do. All the conditions are right for a good time.

Posted by: Anonymous | October 18, 2008 9:27 AM

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