-
Strategies for a discontinuous future.












Wednesday, September 15, 2004
 


Politics of the Day

Bring em on. This is why we fight. Never again.

Besides, it can't happen here.

-- umair // 1:53 PM //


Comments:

Sorry for being so dense...I just really enjoy reading your blog, and for good or ill, I just need to ask the political bent of this blog.

Not that I need to label you, but I would like to understand your posts more. Either I am missing your irony, or many of your arguments are above my understanding, or the different posters have different takes on issues, but I am having trouble synthesizing your views on Democrats and the US presidential elections viz-a-viz macroeconomics, strategy, etc.

I tend not to pay too close attention to the name of the poster, or keep them straight in my head, so if the delicious cognitive dissonance I'm experiencing is due to the independent viewpoints of the posters, that would be somewhat disappointing. In any case, I would love to see the bios section up, since I am quite inspired by the ideas presented by this blog.

Hmm, I hope I get a response. Other than that your posts on economics/markets are fascinating, if still beyond my technical understanding.

Thank you,

Alex Caro
Los Angeles, CA
// Anonymous // 3:18 AM
 
Post a Comment
search



new


input

due diligence
ventureblog
a vc
techblurbs
tj's weblog
venture chronicles
terranova
the big picture
gigaom
venchar
bill burnham
babak nivi
n-c thoughts
paidcontent
techdirt
slashdot
london gsb
mefi
boingboing
blort
hardwax
betalounge

ing
morgan
chicago fed
dallas fed
ny fed
imf
world bank
nouriel roubini

portfolio
contact

mail.
uhaque (dot) mba2003 (at) london (dot) edu

skype.
umair.haque

atom feed

technorati profile

blog archives