What you prefer, gas at $5 while having a job, or gas at $2.50 being unemployed?

Discussion in 'Economics' started by crgarcia, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. An argument to put an end to the Fed rate cut, ECB rate hike dilemma?
  2. Well the $5.00 gas comes first and then the job loss comes second....that will be the reality for most this dance.

    2002 Bilderberg main "meeting agenda" played out to the exact detail.....creation of CDO/CMO concept to over leverge and blowout the housing sector and gas to $5.00 a gallon in the U.S. - wow were they accurate in their plans. :eek:
  3. However, high oil prices and high inflation makes existing home prices come into equilibrium faster, as new ones become more expensive to build.
  4. This is a joke.

    Gallon of gas here costs: $6.90
    Average yearly salary: $12'000
  5. Again.....home ownership is relative to the ability to have proper income (having a job/venture). :)