Monday, February 02, 2009

What are you going to do with your cash handout?

Come on, tell me what you are going to do with your cash handout if you live in Japan, or what you would do with it if you don't.

For those who don't know yet, the Liberal Democratic Party somehow got a bill passed through the parliament that will put something like ¥12,000, or about $120 in the hands of each person in the country via the government. This ultra-efficient pay off is supposed to be an economic boost.

The payout, which could also be seen as a huge bribe seeing as how elections are looming, is so misguided as to be the product of unstable minds, because the minds that come up with this circus are also promising to raise sales taxes in a couple of years. Give it out now and take it back in a couple of years.

I'm going to give my own personal handout to Peace Winds Japan. They could use the money. Not that I couldn't, but I don't want to be tainted by money with the government's bad mojo all over it.

Japan approves cash handout

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