September 22, 2008
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"If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation then by deflation, the banks and the corporations that will grow up around them, will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered."
- Thomas Jefferson
"We privatized the profits and socialized the losses."-Mayor Michael Bloomberg
King Henry Deposed King George! Rep McDermott
A critical - and radical - component of the bailout package proposed by the Bush administration has thus far failed to garner the serious attention of anyone in the press. Section 8 of this legislation is just a single sentence of thirty-two words, but it represents a significant consolidation of power and an abdication of oversight authority that's so flat-out astounding that it ought to set one's hair on fire. It reads, in its entirety:
An e-mail only takes a second please write one saying you are against this Paulson plan. No way, no how..
Please phone and FAX your Senators.Ask 10 people to do the same.Send them this linkhttp://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/2008/09/phone-and-fax-numbers-for-all-us.html
Mad as hell - taxpayers lash out
Mad as hell - taxpayers lash outWe asked you what you had to say about the bailout, and we heard you loud and clear: 'No way!'
That guy in the video is a total nut case. Which makes me one too because I agree with him.
Paulson to the US -- Grab Your Ankles
by bonddad Mon Sep 22, 2008 at 06:31:00 AM PDT
There's a plan afoot to screw the US taxpayer. It was proposed by the Treasury Secretary. He will attempt to ram it through Congress this week using scare tactics. The bottom line is this is the worst piece of legislation to come down the pike in a very long time. It should not be passed in present form.
I think this is his webwite:
A QUOTE ON THE WEBSITE
"What we dearly want is for Americans to spend like Americans – to do the patriotic thing and go out and spend,"
Bill McDonough, head of the New York Fed, October '01.
Tell Bush to sign in Exective Order 11110 to be enforced.
Max Keiser on Aljazeera - Lehman and the financial crisis