COLOR ME OUT - THE TEA PARTY WARNED YOU


Casino gamblers are familiar with the phrase "color me out".  An expression spoken by players at table games indicating a request to the dealer that the player is leaving the game and wishes to have his gaming chips "colored"--changed--into higher denomination chips for ease of carrying. Can also be said as: Color me in." Dealers will often call out: "Color up" to let the Pit Boss know that a player is leaving the game a winner and is changing the lower-denomination chips into higher-denomination chips.

In today's changing world, the players of today are not individuals but sovereign governments. They are coloring out their dollars for gold. This is an indication of the dollar is falling off the world stage as the reserve currency. Not many casinos go bankrupt during the play, but governments have. This is the concern of our trading partners. Will they be able to cash out in time. When countries with ample liquidity become alarmed about the risk of holding dollars they move their 'STASH' to safer harbors. Soon, the dollar will be money non-grata the world over.

For over a year now we have been touting gold as the safe harbor, we have been warning of the double dip, now we are issuing a dire forecast - the world as we know it will be turned upside down. Economics will dictate our future. It won't be military might. Countries like Russia which has a population of less than half of ours can set the rules. The United States is in no position to force our policies on others. We lack credibility. This is not to say that President Obama is entirely at fault, the Republicans and Democrats share the blame equally. THE TEA PARTY WARNED YOU.

"We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force ."  Ayn Rand

 

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