Great Civilized Interventions Into Regulated Markets Working! ADP Numbers Up!

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    Great Central Bank interventions into the faltering market places of the planet are underway, and ADP November shows now small businesses: Getting on board the Obama-Recovery Train, In the USA!

    http://www.adpemploymentreport.com/pdf/FINAL_Report_November_11.pdf

    The total increase of employment exceeds 200,000, half of those in small and micro businesses.

    Validation now, of the 300,000 new jobs monthly, in the last three household surveys of the Employment Situation Report: Creates the overall scenario of the success of the Obama-interventions. Those finally came in no small measure, likely due to projects on the ground created subsequent the various floodings. Other projects likely finally got out from the regulatory environments, at the state and local level.

    The Ivy League had stalled, and big-time. The state and local tax based needed the stimulus, not the teachers and the bureaucrats who had caused the downturn in the first place.

    The Keynesian prescriptive remedies are actually built around the concept, "work!" Many might have guessed that Obama at least: Had somehow missed the point(?). The Bush Family had been missing the point: Since 1942!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Laissez-Faire economies of Haiti and East Africa now likely ripe for GOP prescriptions: Charity-Based Orphanages, and the end of child labor laws--which they likely don't have even now!)
     
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    American ingenuity cant be held back forever.

    we are really starting to move the economy
     
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    Pre-Socialist civilization currency was commodity-based. The rulling elite households could hoard and distribute it around amongst themselves. The ordinary farmer peasant could barter or trade and survive--with not much of it at all.

    Karl Marx proposed the centralization of credit in 1849, in Communist Manifesto. In the United States, by 1963, the moneyu dollar notes had no pretense of being commodity-backed. What makes it valueable is its role in exchange in the market place. That market place relies on the central government notes. It manages to notice, without recourse to equity arguments, that civilizations are better off when the entire community is prosperous.

    The Republicans like Ron Paul tend to support a return to commodity-money kinds of thinking. Rational beings tend to support the increase of liquidity, coupled with redistribution. The redistribution helps assure that the market place continues to function.

    And so that is underway, despite Bush-Cheney, Boehner, McConnell, Cantor, Romney, Gingrich, Bachmann, Cain, and Huntsman, Paul-Paul, et. al.

    The contrast between the two opposing concepts is as different as Europe is from East African and Haiti(?): Unless that should be in the reverse. China seems to be on board with the civilized and rational approach.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Indeed! Certainly there are actually rational adults, who believe that Colonists in Tie and Tails: Were dumping tea into Boston Harbor, all those years!)
     

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