U.S. Dollar Collapse

Fictional look at what could happen.

Personally I think this is imminent.

See also Standard and Poor's negative outlook. S&P has been overstating credit worthiness all over the planet from Greece, to Spain, Ireland and the U.S.

This debt ridden paper mache is a house of cards that will collapse. It is inevitable.
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  1. What's funny is that so many people are saying, "it's not a matter of if, but when." NOPE, it's not even a matter of "when" anymore... it's already happening. Some food prices and commodities are already up 72% or more. In the 30% range on average. The dollar of a year or two ago is now worth (in the real world) 70 or 80 cents.



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