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The purloined letter

By Owen Paine on Tuesday December 12, 2006 03:17 PM

Good ole Ralph joins the anti-globality chorus, calling for a grand coalition, and he throws in a nice bashing of "dictatorships" both corporate and commie. He ends with a lovely quote:
as Public Citizen's director of Global Trade Watch, Lori Wallach, demonstrates, holding up a giant compendium of NAFTA and WTO rules: "If there was 'free trade,' a couple of pages would do. This is about who write the rules. This is about corporate managed trade."
I like the slogan "its about who writes the rules, stupid."

But may Johnny hit his one note again here? Despite Ralph hitting on the union and green beats, once again there's no mention of the overvalued dollar.

Okay, so it's one note -- but Keerist almighty, mates, its high C!

Comments (1)

js paine:


here's how not to report on the over valued dollar

this guy used to do freak news for a rock station here in boston
during the great beatific cultural revolution

he was a damn clown then he's one now too

just when u think nothing
left of brad delong
could be worse them bill greider ....

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