Drunk on Power
". . And right at the top is Alan Greenspan himself, with a smile on his face, passing the bottle to Ben Bernanke . . . A kind of habitual cheating that the Romans called consuetudo fraudium crept into every transaction ~ First, the imperial money lost its value. Then, eventually, the empire itself was lost. Nero had no helicopters, but he knew Bernanke’s trick. In AD 64, he decreed that the number of aureus coins minted from a pound of gold would increase from 41 to 45, making each coin about 10 percent less valuable; since Greenspan has been at the Fed, the red ink has gushed—to over $8 trillion; the American savings rate went negative—for the first time since the Great Depression; Eat, Drink, and Buy Merrily "The American Conservative" tells it like it is!
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