Parliamentary sources: Obama may visit Iraq
18/09/2014 01:46 l-news.net/index.php/policy/58515.html
OH H#@%! NO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yet?
This is fascinating. How?
Note how the pendulum swings in the direction of the GOI yesterday and today from 5 days of straight CBI TALKING.
Then yesterday a 7 year financial report is presented to the GOI by DADDY.
That's like finding the missing link to their economy.
That's like taking a giant eraser and cancelling all of their economic mistakes in order to ........... START ANEW !!!
To actually see a suggestion that o may NOW travel to Iraq is something SERIOUS to consider.
Because such things as the obliteration of their GOI history mistakes AND the unwanted visit of o IN THE MIDDLE EAST .......... IMO ............ Has been saved for the end of the MR (Monetary Reform) of the IQD !!!
There is absolutely NO other logical reason to insult Iraq this way when DADDY is advancing so much with the GOI and CBI.
My TEAMS are is shock ....... Not in awe of this statement.
Finally ......... Today's articles IMO are pointing at LAWS and the GOI.
Frankie Frankie I hear the US government a.k.a. daddy is once again causing delay in the formation or completion of the government of Iraq. Is this true? If we do not like the minister of defense that Abadi is trying to bring why don't we just tell them who to put in charge? Get this thing over with!
There is no delay in getting IT correct to perfect ......... This time around.
But more significantly ......... DADDY controls the remote CONTROL right now!
BTW ........ DADDY is NOT The USA.
It is a group of 12 families.
Aloha ...... KTFA, Frank
boxman » September 18th, 2014
o to Iraq...as i said before the hard part is getting the white horse and cape on board Airforce 1,...
Here i come to save the day..
Politicians always appear after the problem is solved, by others, to accept the accolades and proclaim themselves as the provider of the solution...has happen since the beginning of time.....
J+C » September 18th, 2014
G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors September 19-21 - Jack Lew: More countries should increase Domestic Demand ..
September 18, 2014
G20: Lew .. More countries should increase Domestic Demand
Stockholm, Major economies should invest in infrastructure and take more steps to lift domestic demand, so that the world has multiple growth engines.
It said the United States Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew on Wednesday, according to Bloomberg News.
G20 keeps meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors on 19-21 September.
"To stimulate demand in the short term is a part of the solution," he said.
"It is obvious that some of these questions really need more attention and more discussion. There is no doubt that there is a problem with the growth and demand in many parts of the world," he continued.
He said that growth in the United States is "quite strong".
To a question about the dollar, he said that "a strong dollar has always been good for the United States."
Regarding China, he noted that the country is going in the right direction by letting the currency strengthened. But he criticized the use of an anti-monopoly law to crack down on American businesses and create barriers to doing business.
"What we have to do with China is to talk about how we can remove barriers, not imposing barriers. They need competition in their economics," he said.
Jacob Lew also said they will soon announce measures to discourage companies moving operations overseas to obtain tax advantages.