We've been here before and it ended in disaster. It amazes me how the stockmarket proves that people never learn from their mistakes. The dotcom bubble burst and the feds and shortsided Keynesian economists response was to blow another bubble in housing, when that bubble burst their response was to blow another bubble in the stockmarket, when the next bubble bursts what are they going to do? I know what the 'money for nothing' Keynesians will want to do, but if the money is worthless and interest rates are already at zero how can they blow another asset bubble even if they want to? Eventually we will have to turn to Austrian economics with sound money, with emphasis on savings and production over spending and debt if America wants to stand a chance. If we do not learn some common sense, the runaway greed of the global banking cartel is sure to lead us to ruin. If you do not believe in inflation, know that today's dollar is worth $0.04 compared to the value of the dollar pre-federal reserve, when it was sound money backed by gold. We are on a path to ruin. Thank your congress, thank the federal reserve, thank the Keynesians. Everyone loves a bubble until it pops and the next one is going to be a doozy!