Scott, PLEASE! “Imaginary inflation”? That’s just another government lie. The CPI, which Washington uses to measure inflation,, has been tampered with many times since the 1980s. Each time it has become less meaningful and produces a lower answer.
It is such a fake number now it does not include a “market basket” of groceries (as in the past) or gasoline prices. Now how meaningful is a measure of inflation that ignores groceries and gasoline?
Look around on the web a little and you will see that what I’m saying is true. But just look at this – 4 or 5 years ago if I ate breakfast at IHOP, most breakfasts were either 5.99 or 6.99. Lets call it 6 bucks. Now most are 9. And gas was under 1.90 a gallon when B.O. took office. You really think there is no inflation?? Puhleeze don’t fall for THAT lie.
Mar 20, 2014