Are you ready for 300% inflation?
*********** Saturday 15 March 2008, Associated Press: by Betsy Blaney **************
The cost of Wheat has tripled in the past 10 months.
80% of grocery prices will spike too,
because wheat and other grain prices are used
to feed cattle, poultry and dairy cows.
Wheat prices have shot from $7/bushel to as high as $24/bushel:
Shipping costs out of control.
You havenít seen anything yet.
A can of tomatoís was 50 cents in 2009,
now 58 cents in 2010, thatís 16% inflation in one year,
similar rise in prices of other vegetables,
yet Congress tells me there was no inflation this year,
no raise for my Social Security for 2010, and 2011.
The food you canít afford to buy,
our government will tax us to buy that food to feed the world poor, who are hungry.
Global Poverty Act of 2007 (S.2433) only $845 Billion,
sponsored by then Presidential hopeful Barack Obama,
now passed in 2009 at over $1 Trillion/year.
When you can no longer afford to feed your family,
at least you will know we are trying to feed the rest of the world.
The worse is yet to come.
Cereals, the staple of our childrenís breakfasts will go to $10/box.
YOU have to be my age to really see what inflation has done to our nation.
I remember when bread was 10 cents a loaf, and Milk was 10 cents a quart (1945).
Minimum wage was 75 cent/hour.
That meant I could buy 7 quarts of milk for one hour of minimum wage,
now I could only buy 4 quarts of milk,
soon you will only be able to buy 2 quarts of Milk
for one hour of minimum wage.
At that time, minimum wage was considered to only be for beginners,
without any skills, dishwashers, busboys, clean up crews, etc. not to support families.
You didnít have a family until you had skills to afford to support them.
Large furniture companies in So. Calif. ďWicks FurnitureĒ and Levitzís
going gone out of business.
No one needs new furniture when they are losing their homes.
Other local furniture stores are also closing in my area of N. E. Los Angeles County.
Home Depot, and similar businessí in American report record loss in sales,
as homeowners canít afford to do any upgrade or maintenance expenses.
Outsourcing our jobs, Imports of almost everything we go to buy.
Let's stop this Americans!
We have to return control of our nation by a candidate
that will stop this treason, and stop it now.†
If we donít stop this, this year,
we will be bankrupt in more ways.
Home Depot just announced they are closing many stores,
laying off all employees, to cut losses.
The ďMiddle Class citizens are being destroyed,
so our government can hand our nation over to the United Nations.
I will stop this; help me to stop this.
Big shocker, our medications now being made in China, and contaminated.
Heaven help us.
Be careful not to buy medicines from Canada,
they may not be good quality,
buy your medications direct from China!
Guaranteed to kill you.
Saves on Social Security of our retired.
Inflation is killing our economy:
Do we just surrender or fight back to save the United States of America?
I donít know about where you live, but in California inflation is going up each year,
from 10%, to as high as 75% for dairy products.
Cheddar Cheese went up 100% (I donít buy cheese anymore), milk up 40%.
Ice Cream went up 50% from one source last year,
so I started buying the cheapest bulk Vanilla Ice Cream
and that just went up another 10% this January.
Checked on Ice Cream today 25 June 2008, (Thriftyís)
a brand that Iíve bought the last 40 years, was $2/half gallon in 2004,
$2.50/half gallon in 2005, $3/half gallon in 2006/7,
today wonderful ďnewĒ package, 1.75 quarts, (not half gallon)
and only† $3.99 a carton.
What next 1.5 quarts for $4.99 in 2018, yes.
Gasoline is up 60% this last year.
Shoes Iíve always bought (Dr. Schollís) went up 60%,
from $25 in 2004 to $40 a pair now
(and they are now made in China).
Today, June 25, 2008 I just stopped by our local supermarket,
ďAlbertsonsĒ to price check some items, the last time I bought Flour,
it was 5lb for 89 cents, today the cheapest brand of 5lb was $2.99, and up to $4.59.
Eggs $2.79/dozen for medium size.
Milk was $2.49 for half gallon, for the cheapest milk of course.
I could buy two gallons for essentially $2.49 gallon,
but I could never use two gallons by myself before it would go bad.
Tomatoís were $2.99/lb. Iím sorry but I just canít afford fresh vegetables at those prices.
I can still buy carrots for about 50cents a lb, and some onions, got potatoís recently 10lb for $2.98,
so have to shop carefully to live on about $20/week for food.
I bought a loaf of Rye Bread at the second day
Wonder Bread discount store, only $2.79 a loaf, but of course thatís better
than $3.79 for first day baked at the super market.
White sandwich bread though for only 99 cents.
Some things are bargains; of course 10 years ago
White sandwich bread was only 69 cents for first day baked.
But then Iíve received almost 25 percent raise in 10 years on Social security. Wow.
I canít afford $7 movies, in fact I canít afford any entertainment anymore.
All I can afford it watching TV, how about all of you?
Now youíve been downsized to earn less than Middle Class income.
How are you going to feed your family, heat your home, drive to work, survive in America?
In Southern California, all of our homes are heated by Natural Gas,
but Iím worried about citizens in Middle America who still use Heating Oil to heat your homes.
How are you going to pay $900/mo to heat your homes?
Itís coming. Of course we will probably keep the heat on in the poor house,
or maybe there will just be so many of you in the poor house
that they wonít have to turn on the heat,
just human bodies will heat the place.
Youíll probably have to set your thermostats for 55o, or off.
Are we just to believe our government, that inflation
was only 2.5% in 2007? Wow in 2008 I got a raise on my SS of 2.5%
now I get almost $35/mo. more to blow on unnecessary food.
What are we to do?
It wasnít too long ago that a can of Chicken Noodle soup was 18 cents,
now thatís $1.35, looks like almost 470% inflation to me since 1971.
Would Congress lie to us? Nah! You havenít seen anything yet. More to come.
The economy? There is a solution!
Reduce the population of the earth, to just the Very Rich,
and the human beings necessary to support the needs of the Very Rich,
in The New World Order.
That will reduce the usage of natural resources
for the continued enjoyment of life by the Very Rich.
Thatís the Plan, of the Trilateral Commissions plan.
Next: is our economy, Jobs. American Jobs.
I am going to cut all imports 10% a month,
so at the end of 10 months we will stop all imports of retail goods.
You are: Losing the ability to $upport your family?
I want American products in our stores.
I want manufacturing to return to our nation.
I want those production lines going 24 hours a day,
with you making a living wage, to pay your mortgage, or rent,
and to support your family.
In February 09 we required new TV sets,
for the new Digital future.
Not made in the USA.
While your pay is being cut 50%, prices are going up 200%,
how much longer can the citizens of the United States of America stand this?
San Fernando Valley, CA Daily News: 07/29/08
ďNew President to get record Red InkĒ.
Budget deficit $483 Billion, well that was old news.
We are in debt to the tune of $26 Trillion.
Mind-blowing? You bet! So what to do? Let me worry about that!
Iím ready to fight for our nation, are you?
Are you ready for this 300+% inflation on top of everything else?
Read the rest of my website, and see how this has destroyed our nation,
as we deal with RED China.
Notice how we have stopped calling it RED China, why?
Itís still ĒCommunist REDĒ China,
and then thereís ďCommunist CubaĒ we donít deal with.
Read on how I will give you gas for $1.29/gal.
My Congressman tells me inflation does not really affect my purchasing power
since I got that 2.5% increase in my Social Security. ďBullĒ.
Manufacturing leaving (left) our nation. So, do you want more of this?
ďOh thatís right, you donít want to work anymoreĒ.
So, do we need illegal aliens to do the work
We are in trouble to feed our families when our government is sabotaging us.
Even when we point out it takes ďmoreĒ energy to make Ethanol;
our government goes right on spending more money to make Ethanol. Why?
These are the same people handling our budget, HUH?
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