Posts Tagged ‘barack obama


best explanation yet of goldman SCAM

ratigan continues to get ‘jerry maguire’ moments handed to him like softballs throughout this sh$tshow….
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banks broken up by summer and dow 9000? Vodpod videos no longer available.


interviews at sarah palin book signing

to be fair to the right, you could do these interviews on any number of topics and get dumb answers a la leno’s quiz bit.


wish kucinich was taken more seriously


more proof obama’s economic foundation is flawed…

here’s obama praising bob rubin’s hamilton project, a think tank that promoted lots of the CRAP phony-financing ideas that led to the 2008 collapse.

the more i follow this bob rubin-as-obama-economic figurehead…the more i think of bush getting tag-teamed by dick cheney, don rumsfield, and the other asshole neoconservatives that erronously took USA into Iraq….

the goldman sachs, crony-banking ties to obama will sink him in 2010 if he doesn’t drastically change course.

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taibbi’s latest goldman/gov’t story

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tim geithner a real life wesley mouch?

for those that don’t know…wesley mouch was one of the main spinless vague-speaking bureaucrats in ayn rand’s atlas shrugged.

timmy geithner is america’s wesley mouch…the central planner bureaucrat trying to ‘fix’ the economy with vagueness…

come on barack obama..where’s the change????…every day these asshole bankers are still in your white house you lose a little more credibility….fix the goddamn banks before you take on your pie-in-the-sky health for all beaurocrazy…

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who’s he talkin’ bout?

the bureaucrats in washington that created too-big-to-fail or the populist uprising against bailout-pa-looza?


more on goldman sachs’ free ride off american tax payer


“The question I have, of course, is why is the Obama administration, which has decried corporate greed whenever it’s politically feasible, allowed Goldman all the advantages of a bank, when it is really a big hedge fund?”

 “Now with all the government help, Goldman is marching its way back up to $235 a share—trading at around $150 Monday—by embracing much of the same risk that nearly led to its demise. It would be nice, though, if the next time Goldman losses money taxpayers didn’t foot the bill.”

another article on similar goldman-gov’t collusion:


yet another example of ayn rand’s ‘atlas shrugged’ playing out in real world

these types of posts could become commonplace if the gov-ment continues to take over industry + putting no-experience beauracrats in charge…


WASHINGTON — It is not every 31-year-old who, in a first government job, finds himself dismantling General Motors and rewriting the rules of American capitalism.

But that, in short, is the job description for Brian Deese, a not-quite graduate of Yale Law School who had never set foot in an automotive assembly plant until he took on his nearly unseen role in remaking the American automotive industry.

Nor, for that matter, had he given much thought to what ailed an industry that had been in decline ever since he was born. A bit laconic and looking every bit the just-out-of-graduate-school student adjusting to life in the West Wing — “he’s got this beard that appears and disappears,” says Steven Rattner, one of the leaders of President Obama’s automotive task force — Mr. Deese was thrown into the auto industry’s maelstrom as soon the election-night parties ended.


the onion sums up the reality of obama’s first 100 days…

Obama Revises Campaign Promise Of ‘Change’ To ‘Relatively Minor Readjustments In Certain Favorable Policy Areas’

WASHINGTON—In a slight shift from his campaign trail promise, President Obama announced Monday that his administration’s message of “Change” has been modified to the somewhat more restrained slogan “Relatively Minor Readjustments in Certain Favorable Policy Areas.” “Today, Americans face a great many challenges, and I hear your desperate calls for barely measurable and largely symbolic improvements in the status quo,” said Obama, who vowed never to waver in his fight for every last infinitesimal nudge forward on the controversial issues of torture and the military ban on homosexuals. “Remember: Yes we can, if by that you mean tiptoeing around potentially unpopular decisions that could alienate a large segment of the populace.” Washington insiders said that, while the new mottos are certainly in keeping with Obama’s pledge of government transparency, they are significantly less catchy.

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