Originally Posted by Arroyo_Doble
The last time they did that, our borrowing costs went down.
I don't think anyone is listening to them anymore. Maybe it was their habit of taking cash for ratings or giving their AAA stamp to toxic, mortgage junk.
A few years ago I lost my ass buying only 5 star rated issues.:mad:
Guess I won't be doing that again. S&P just couldn't seem to find a dot com stock they didn't like.
And a serious lack of humanity, too.:cold:
Damn, I hope this doesn't herald the return of the expired equine flogging faux conservative DUmbass180.
Question: How many of these states that offer sales tax holidays bump their sales tax during the Christmas shopping season? I know North Carolina does it, or did it when I lived there.
Well, considering a lot of what he said 2 years ago is coming true, why not? What are the alternatives?