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Happy Holidays From The Economic Populist

Happy Holidays from The Economic Populist!  Put up your feet and grab the egg nog for it's time to watch some Christmas parodies.  Santa's list these days is clearly corrupted by the word processor.  The nice receive lumps of coal while the naughty get new yachts.  The ode to joy is hard to hear.  May our holiday funnies round up bring you joy and cheer as sarcasm rings the bell of truth.  Merry Christmas!

Economic Christmas Carols for Cheer and Chuckles

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM THE ECONOMIC POPULIST

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Happy Holidays from The Economic Populist!  We hope you have a wonderful, stress-free and safe Christmas.

The Economic Populist Elves are busy this holiday, tinkering on a brand new website, full of upgrades, goodies and magical statistical sprinklings.  Won't you please help the upgrade magic by donating just a few Christmas dollars?  In the spirit of giving, we thank you.

 

 

Ho, ho, ho you will go if you watch the outrageously funny economic Christmas videos below.  We hope you have a wonderful holiday!

 

Holiday Carols From Versusplus

 

The Lottery is the Best Investment Strategy for April 1st 2012

After 72 hours of non-stop mega millions lottery news coverage, we discovered the best investment strategy to secure your future is to buy lottery tickets. One never knows and it's best to place your fate in the hands of improbable odds. While the chance of hitting it big are 176,000,000 to 1, we checked the numbers and discovered getting your retirement 401k to where it needs to be has even worse odds and also correlates to winning a lottery. See the correlation graph below.

 

Sunday Morning Comics - Debt Ceiling Edition

Brought to you by Educational Cut Backs - Americans Lacking in Economic and Mathematical Understanding a Problem? Does 1+1=3?
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Good Morning! Rise and Shine! Get that Cup O' Joe...
break out the O.J....hang out with the pooch...time to check out the money funnies.

 

Breaking...The Onion News: Congress Continues Debate Over Whether Or Not Nation Should Be Economically Ruined:

Members of the U.S. Congress reported Wednesday they were continuing to carefully debate the issue of whether or not they should allow the country to descend into a roiling economic meltdown of historically dire proportions. "It is a question that, I think, is worthy of serious consideration: Should we take steps to avoid a crippling, decades-long depression that would lead to disastrous consequences on a worldwide scale? Or should we not do that?" asked House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA), adding that arguments could be made for both sides, and that the debate over ensuring America’s financial solvency versus allowing the nation to default on its debt—which would torpedo stock markets, cause mortgage and interests rates to skyrocket, and decimate the value of the U.S. dollar—is “certainly a conversation worth having.” "Obviously, we don't want to rush to consensus on whether it is or isn't a good idea to save the American economy and all our respective livelihoods from certain peril until we've examined this thorny dilemma from every angle. And if we’re still discussing this matter on Aug. 2, well, then, so be it.” At press time, President Obama said he personally believed the country should not be economically ruined.

Armadebtdon 2011 - National Bulls**t Ceiling

 

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