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lquadland10 (< 20)

Yep, American Greed Alive and Well



June 23, 2008 – Comments (9) | RELATED TICKERS: FSLR , ESLRQ.DL , STPFQ

So as you can see by todays opening that our do nothing government and congress have yet again protected the large corporations and not the small businessman. Let the enron traders put the whole country at risk and scr----- the American people who vote for you. What better way to implement the 40 year plan to bankrupt this country and to join this country with Canada and Mexico to form the North American Union with the Amero as our new currency. It doesn't matter kids in America are going hungry or that people can't afford to buy the gas to go to work or to have a house or apartment to live in. Traders with out a consense don't care because they are making money and our government allows it. We reap what we have sown and because we don't vote we have allowed this to happen. Where can I make money? I will follow the Rockefeller banking cartel group and make my money in Alternative Energy. The next great bubble.

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#1) On June 23, 2008 at 10:53 AM, thought4 (23.72) wrote:


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#2) On June 23, 2008 at 11:39 AM, Gemini846 (34.10) wrote:

I fail to see how tax credits for consumers to buy solar power screw the people. The problem isn't that our government does too little, it's that it does too much. Markets correct themselves in due time. You can't protect against downside without limiting upside.

The government is all to happy to look the other way when the market is roaring but the min it goes sour they want to step in w/ hand outs. What's up w/ that. Let a few banks go under and the market correct instead of pumping money into the system to devalue the dollars of the few responsible savers.

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#3) On June 23, 2008 at 11:41 AM, Andyman (83.58) wrote:

What the heck are you talking about? What is it about today's open that proves the country is going bankrupt in 40 years?

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#4) On June 23, 2008 at 11:45 AM, taurustrap (50.66) wrote:

Excellent post!  We have enough resources in this country  to adequately feed and house everyone. I do not know how a large corporation and its board of directors can justify the hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation  given to a CEO, etc.  I would not be able to either award or accept these absurd amounts of $$$$. 

Pain at the pump seems to be a necessary evil.  We all know that the fossil fuel era is over. New technology means the opportunity to make great investments in the future and save the earth from the effects of global warming.  High energy prices hurt those who can least afford it, but  in the long term I think it is a positive trend.    

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#5) On June 23, 2008 at 12:00 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

dear g the tax credits are going to the large corporations and not the small business owners or consumers. Our central bank won't let the large banks (cartels) go under. The Fed dropped the lending rate to 2% and did you see any loans for 4% no they will go much higher if the fed raises rates. 8 or 9% Dear Hey4 the 40 year plan started 40 years ago and it is about to come due. The comptroller for the country quit his job because if we keep going the way we are going we will be bankrupt by 2057 and that was before the sub prime and the high price of oil. The Central bank of ours by direction of good old ben bernake saved the banks but tanked the all ready week growth of this country. The dollar is now about 35 cents and if wages kept up with inflation from the 70's min wage should be 32.00 an hour.  Oil should have gone lower but the new way to make money will be in alt. energy. Oil will hit 200.00 in one year or less if congress does nothing.( I hate typing talking is so much better.)

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#6) On June 23, 2008 at 12:05 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Dear T. did you know that a lower paid ceo of a fourtain 500 company without his stock options 401k and company match makes about 6,500.00 an hour? Add in all of the above and it is about 10,000.00 an hour. what do the high paid ones make?

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#7) On June 23, 2008 at 12:17 PM, taurustrap (50.66) wrote:


Yeah, it should be a felony. I hope these CEO's sleep well at night. At least individuals like Tiger and A-Rod actually earn the money they make.      

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#8) On June 23, 2008 at 12:49 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:


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#9) On June 23, 2008 at 12:51 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Dear T how much of ceo pay comes out of the earnings that we the stock holder should get?

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