Re: General Motors is becoming China Motors (or is it Communist Motors?)
I personally wondered if the trade imbalance for the past 30 or so years is what has keep the dollar at the value it is, with out hyper inflation occurring, as the Government spends and prints money and the way money is loaned and is increased in that process,
if all the "dollars" stayed in the USA, then there would be hyper inflation, (as there would be so much of it floating around it would have no value) the way it is now the Government prints money, (not really much other words for it when they are borrowing it from there self, and the federal reserve), but that money goes out side the country , but it does not compeat with the dollars that we use for our in border domestic use,
(now what would happen if all that currency come back in the US boarders) HYPER inflation, this way we keep sending (in a way monopoly money) to china and else where for what they produce, and in the process the Government just keeps printing more money to replace it,
(or am I seeing this all wrong?)
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