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Patience Wheatcroft, Times 25-10-2005

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Bernanke will take over from a legend, Times, 25-10-2005

Sorry if this has been posted already, just sort ofo made me laugh.

Yet, despite the pessimists, who have long looked for a downward spiral, occasioned by a fall in the housing market hitting consumer spending, it is not happening. Despite the rises in interest rates, the market is proving resilient and consumers determined to spend.

But hang on, the slow down is only just starting; does that really mean no US HPC is on the cards?...

I really do not like the Times, they are scum. Perhaps Patience will repent in time.

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The Times is aimed at New Labours middle class following.

The Scum is aimed at New Labours working class following.

I think Rupert Murdoch will be getting a knighthood next year

for helping keep this government in power.

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