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"As we approach the 100 year anniversary of the creation of the Federal Reserve, it is absolutely imperative that we get the American people to understand that the Fed is at the very heart of our economic problems. It is a system of money that was created by the bankers and that operates for the benefit of the bankers."
Just wanted to make sure people got that. They probably still won't understand. Make sure you keep a close eye on the stock market because it is 100% imaginary. Every meaningless tweak should be analyzed.
The elites in the top echelon of the corporate world take turns cashing out $millions of stock options every three months.
They continue to cut their work forces and push the rest of us to the maximum.
It is no coincidence that Reagan picked Greenspan who stayed on through Daddy Bush, Slick Willie, Dumbya Bush, and if he wasn't so old even Obama would have picked him.
His wife is a big wig in the corporate news world which also peaked my interest.
Yet Rush Limbaugh will have you believe she is a flaming liberal/progressive?
There are not any corporate hacks that Obama is against!
With Daley and Immelt on board, our president is waltzing with the devil.
February 7, 2011 / http://tinyurl.com/46s7ea3
When you dance with the devil, never fool yourself into thinking that you're leading.
That would be my 50-cents-worth of advice to President Barack Obama as he remakes his presidency into a Clintonesque corporate enterprise. Following last fall's congressional elections, he immediately began blowing kisses to CEOs and big business lobbyists, and he's now filled his White House dance card with them.
First came Bill Daley, the Wall Street banker and longtime corporate lobbyist. In early January, Obama brought him to the White House ball to be his chief-of-staff, gatekeeper, and policy coordinator.
Then Obama tapped Jeffery Immelt to lead his Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, which is supposed to "encourage the private sector to hire [Americans] and invest in American competitiveness." This is a bizarre coupling, for as General Electric's CEO, Immelt was a leader in shipping American factories and jobs to Asia and elsewhere. Today, fewer than half of GE's workers are in our country.
As an AFL-CIO official notes, "Highly globalized companies don't have the same interests as the United States. There is no company more emblematic of this than GE."
Top Democrats Lying Running For President
John Edwards Telling the Truth against Hillary and Obama
Hillary Clinton Incorporated
Clinton Campaign Strategists Closely Tied to Union Busters, GOP Operatives, Conservative Media / http://tinyurl.com/4gcptvv / May 17, 2007