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Luck of the Irish
Posted By: FrankButler
11/23/2010 11:22:15 AM

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17 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 14 PrayingPraying

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With all that is going on in the EU with some countries debt problems it doesn't seem like the euro is going to stay strong. The US dollar is not looking so great these days so it sure seems like many economies are being pushed to the edge. It just seems like it is all to make it easier to get everyone to go along with a single monetary solution. Good article and these are some very exciting times to live. I don't know how one could cope without Jesus.
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Posted By: DanDapper -
Date: 11/25/2010 9:14:51 PM
14 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 13 PrayingPraying

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"Ireland's deficit this year is forecast to reach 32 percent of GDP, a modern European record, fueled by the billions it has spent bailing out Irish banks who gorged themselves on overpriced real estate." AP news.

If this is not a prime example of America I don't know what is!?

Not good for the world.... but all is GOOD for us who belong to Jesus! Rest in Him, all is well! Thanks Ed, I suppose us Christians could call ourselves the "lucky Irish." Bitter sweet, it's an oxymoron for us believers in this world. Our hope and future is in the next world, which awaits us.


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Posted By: Noreene -
Date: 11/23/2010 4:05:41 PM
16 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 13 PrayingPraying

Comments: Thanks again for your insight, Ed D