posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 09:12 PM
BERLIN (Reuters) - Europe and Japan voiced strong concern on Saturday over the slumping dollar but the world's 20 biggest economies, nearing the end
of a two-day summit, looked divided over what if anything to do about it.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel, playing host to the G20 meeting, said there was consensus that sudden currency swings were undesirable but
ministers disagreed openly on whether the dollar's slide fell into this category
Never thought it would happen this fast. We are about to discover if Bush has a brain in his back pocket, for we all know he does not have one in his
head! His administration is going to show it's color here. I mean they failed miserably at interpreting our greeting in Baghdad, even I knew flowers
would not be placed in gun barrels. Now we are faced with a true crisis, not a made up politically WMD situation. This is a true crisis that could hit
home on Monday Morning. The arrogance of this administration has left our nation with few international supporters other than third world countries.
Russia, China, Opec, Japan, The E.U. etc... and even Canada and Mexico are gunning for us.
Talk about our backs against a wall.
We are about to find out what this 2.0 gpa from Yale and Harvard truly knows. He is our leader, where has he led us? Even the God Greenspan has no
idea how to get out of this mess. C'mon Georgie let your intellect fly
Our New State Department will gather our friends to support us and back us in these difficult economic times, no doubt.
Rice is known for her inflexibility, fanaticism, her profound Christian conservativism, so akin to Bush's messianic fundamentalist vision which
conceives the US as the world's judge and executioner. The change of personnel at the State Department would seem to suggest a deepening of
militarism and a reinforcement of unilateralism.
Mexico's La Jornada
And they are our friends and neighbors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your Polar Bear