Tuesday, August 28, 2007



"46,000 voters are registered in both New York and Florida. Did they commit a fraud willingly by voting twice in elections? ... In 2000... two supervisors of elections allowed members of the Republican Party to 'correct' absentee ballots. Or what about the 2006 election where 18,000 votes for the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives disappeared?" - GOP should be leading investigation of possible voter fraud


Ian Rushbrook, of Personal Assets trust, has about 60% of the portfolio in fixed interest and cash. He says the UK stock market is overvalued by about 25% and has to fall to about 4,500 before it starts to look cheap. He says: “We have a huge credit bubble. Debt has been piled on top of ever more debt." The Federal Reserve and the banking sector "have been colluding... to keep expanding the amount of loans... If the US banking system sustains actual losses of around $100 billion, as some estimates suggest... the failure of the two Bear Stearns hedge funds will be duplicated and markets will fall further." - The big question: buy or sell? - Times Online

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