Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#24841 Sep 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
Shugga, you wouldn't be capable of comprehening the research we do. It's waaaaaay above your paygrade. Just stick with the comic books. We won't get mad at 'cha.
It don' matter, I was just a republican for one day but did I ever have me some fun! Me and Bigdave went to a necktie party at Stone Mountain, then we burned down an abortion clinic in Atlanta, and I think beat some homeless Mexicans to death on the way home(was kinda drunk- hard to remember). Tonight, we are going to a muslim gay bar- can hardly wait!
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#24842 Sep 18, 2013
Impeach Obama and buddies today!
http://www.wnd.com/2013/09/glenn-beck-impeach...
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#24843 Sep 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>"Perhaps it should come as no surprise that Sen. Christopher lunatics have absolutely NO cred.

BTW, your black lab is most likely smarter than YOU, but then a pine cone is probably smarter than YOU.
Anyone who owns substantial shares of bank stock loves derogation - it's great to privatize profits and socialize losses.

Too bad it almost always destroys the country.

Republicans still pushing deregulation of Wall Street

by David Atkins
"
Following on Digby's post below about Republicans being unmoored from anything like responsible governance, there's also this:

he House Appropriations Committee approved an agriculture budgeting bill last month that would significantly restructure the U.S. bank regulatory regime as part of a GOP effort to protect Wall Street's offshore trading in derivatives -- the complex financial products at the heart of the 2008 economic meltdown.

Republicans in Congress have been pressuring regulators for years to exempt derivatives that U.S. companies sell overseas from the new rules set by the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law.

For much of 2013, the deregulatory drive enjoyed bipartisan support in the House, with lawmakers casting their efforts as an attempt to harmonize U.S. law with international regulations. But financial reform advocates have attacked the initiative for padding Wall Street profits at the expense of important public protections, and Democratic support has eroded.

In June, the House passed a bill that would completely exempt from U.S. oversight derivatives sold through the nine most popular foreign derivatives jurisdictions.

The legislation is occasionally derided as the "London Whale Loophole Act" on Capitol Hill -- a reference to the overseas trades that cost JPMorgan Chase more than $6 billion in 2012. London was the epicenter of much of the derivatives trading by U.S. financial firms leading up the 2008 crash, including AIG's infamous Financial Products division.

If banks can simply route trades through loosely regulated overseas affiliates, financial reform advocates warn, the most critical aspects of Dodd-Frank will be effectively nullified.

But June's House Agriculture Committee funding bill has much stronger prospects for passage, since it's tied to approximately $19 billion in other spending.

That bill would require the Commodities Futures Trading Commission -- the agency with responsibility for more than 90 percent of the derivatives market -- to negotiate its regulations with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which oversees the remainder of the derivatives business.

These are people who looked at the financial crisis of 2008 and didn't see a problem to be solved, but a small bump in the road and an opportunity for the wealthy to make even more money in an increasingly unstable system. They simply don't care.
Now

Homer, GA

#24844 Sep 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
"Perhaps it should come as no surprise that Sen. Christopher Dodd and Rep. Barney Frank, the bill’s primary authors, would fail to end the numerous government distortions of our financial and mortgage markets that led to the crisis. Both have been either architects or supporters of those distortions. One might as well ask the fox to build the henhouse.”
Do people actually give these two clowns any credibility whatsoever?????? Last time I checked, they are Left Wing Lunatics. Makes sense that the clueless left wingers STILL grovel at those two lunatic's feet. It's amusing that the uninformed left wing lunatics blame only the Republicans for this country's ills. That's why left wing lunatics have absolutely NO cred.
BTW, your black lab is most likely smarter than YOU, but then a pine cone is probably smarter than YOU.


I didn't waste my time giving him a rebuttal. The guy obviously has retarded comprehension problems.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#24845 Sep 18, 2013
small business wrote:
<quoted text>Talking to yourself again?
Has to. No one else at that erudite level, some would say...
Now

Homer, GA

#24846 Sep 18, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>Well okay then, since you were so nice about it. But just tell me where you, how and OMTE research because I need to stay away there or else I will end up just as full of crap as y'all are!

We do our research in Cordele jeb, where all the mush brains live.

jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#24847 Sep 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
Impeach Obama and buddies today!
http://www.wnd.com/2013/09/glenn-beck-impeach...
I am just not real clear on how you feel about this- are you sayin' that Obama should be impeached? Would you please provide a link to help facilitate this, thanks OMTE.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#24848 Sep 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
I see you've escaped from the state hospital AGAIN. We all know how you do things AGAIN.
Someone reported seeing you walking around wearing one of those short gowns plus a jacket with lots of straps. They said you had a baggie full of (magic?) mushrooms and that you were twirling around with your arms raised toward the heavens chanting something about Allah. Better run. The guys in the white coats are coming for you. You'll recognize them. They'll have "Crazy Traitor Catcher" stamped on the back of their jacket. They have the BIG net.(You have GOT to get off the mushrooms! Obviously they make you do, think and say crazy things.)
LoL. Post of the Day!:O

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#24850 Sep 18, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>It don' matter, I was just a republican for one day but did I ever have me some fun! Me and Bigdave went to a necktie party at Stone Mountain, then we burned down an abortion clinic in Atlanta, and I think beat some homeless Mexicans to death on the way home(was kinda drunk- hard to remember). Tonight, we are going to a muslim gay bar- can hardly wait!
Amazing the fun we had together. I guess those were the days, huh? Tonight should be a blast . Me watching you get picked up by fun loving guys, promising you a hump on the back of a camel. Please do me a favor and don't kiss them like you did the last time, as it makes me sick to my stomach. You keep forgetting that I am straight and you are a little, well you know! LMAO.
Now

Homer, GA

#24851 Sep 18, 2013
So much for the sorry attempts of libroids fixing the problems, they just added to the problems.

"Three years after of Dodd-Frank Wall Street reforms, it's clear the law failed to reform Wall Street."

By Ted Kaufman..
"Sadly, except for a recent promising development that may increase capital requirements for megabanks,after three years the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act has not delivered on its promise to fix the problems that caused the financial meltdown of 2008-2009.

Failure was built into Dodd-Frank from the beginning. Instead of writing laws that addressed the abuses that led to the crisis, it nearly always kicked the can down to agencies, instructing them to write new regulations. By and large, those regulatory agencies have been overwhelmed by a combination of congressional underfunding and a massive lobbying effort by the megabanks that increasingly seem to control Washington. The Davis Polk law firm's latest count says that only 155 of the 398 rule makings required by Dodd-Frank have been finalized.

Here are just a few examples of Dodd-Frank's failure:

The banks are still gambling with FDIC-insured money. The JPMorgan Chase "London Whale" fiasco was just the latest proof that there has been no change in the casino speculation of Wall Street banks.

There is still a giant loophole in derivatives trading. Although there are new regulations curbing the kind of derivatives trading that was a key element in the crisis, those regulations do not yet cover the foreign subsidiaries of the megabanks. It is easy for banks to move trading activities into different offices. He wasn't called the "London Whale" because he worked in Philadelphia.

No one has gone to jail. And no one will. There are many examples of criminal behavior during the meltdown, but not one megabank executive has been jailed. Without that deterrent, white-collar crime is not just profitable but inevitable.

Reform of the credit-rating agencies is a long way off. "Essential cogs in the wheel of financial destruction," as the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission described them, the credit-rating agencies still operate as they always have, bought and paid for by the entities they rate.

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have not been fixed. In fact, they weren't even mentioned in Dodd-Frank, despite the fact that everyone agrees they played a role in the meltdown.

There were lots of heated debates before passage of Dodd-Frank, but no disagreement from anyone in the administration or Congress about one thing. The bill had to end the possibility that American taxpayers would ever again have to bail out a big bank because its failure would have a severe impact on the entire economy.

You would think that by now at least that problem would have been addressed. But it hasn't been. Our biggest banks are bigger now than they were in 2008.

A recent analysis by Thomas Hoenig, vice chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, revealed that. JPMorgan Chase, Citibank and Bank of America have become the three largest banks in the world. Together with Wells Fargo, which has become the world's sixth largest, assets of the four largest U.S. banks amount to an astonishing 97 percent of our 2012 gross domestic product.

What would happen if any or all of them were in extreme financial trouble? Some argue they could be resolved without taxpayer money through some iteration of what the FDIC has done successfully in the past with smaller failing banks through the Orderly Liquidation Authority included in Dodd-Frank legislation."


You would think that by now at least that problem would have been addressed. But it hasn't been. Our biggest banks are bigger now than they were in 2008.

You would think that by now at least that problem would have been addressed. But it hasn't been. Our biggest banks are bigger now than they were in 2008.!!!!!!!!!

Thanks Obama and libroids for another screwup.


jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#24852 Sep 18, 2013
Now wrote:
<quoted text>
We do our research in Cordele jeb, where all the mush brains live.
thanks for the warning- but where is Cordele? Is that in Georgia?
Now

Homer, GA

#24853 Sep 18, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Amazing the fun we had together. I guess those were the days, huh? Tonight should be a blast . Me watching you get picked up by fun loving guys, promising you a hump on the back of a camel. Please do me a favor and don't kiss them like you did the last time, as it makes me sick to my stomach. You keep forgetting that I am straight and you are a little, well you know! LMAO.

And the sorry rascal thinks he can corrupt my brain by implanting it in his head..........

security

Reidsville, GA

#24854 Sep 18, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>It don' matter, I was just a republican for one day but did I ever have me some fun! Me and Bigdave went to a necktie party at Stone Mountain, then we burned down an abortion clinic in Atlanta, and I think beat some homeless Mexicans to death on the way home(was kinda drunk- hard to remember). Tonight, we are going to a muslim gay bar- can hardly wait!
Yo uwon't be able to get in. The Secret Service presidential detail will have it sealed off, just like they did during the Benghazi attack last year.
Now

Homer, GA

#24855 Sep 18, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>thanks for the warning- but where is Cordele? Is that in Georgia?

The town listed under your name.
If you dont live there, let us know so we can come to your town for the interview of the decade, to be televisecd on PBS under the title "Smart Conservatives interview Dumb Liberals."



jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#24856 Sep 18, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Amazing the fun we had together. I guess those were the days, huh? Tonight should be a blast . Me watching you get picked up by fun loving guys, promising you a hump on the back of a camel. Please do me a favor and don't kiss them like you did the last time, as it makes me sick to my stomach. You keep forgetting that I am straight and you are a little, well you know! LMAO.
you are alright, Dave. wacko or not!

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#24857 Sep 18, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>It don' matter, I was just a republican for one day but did I ever have me some fun! Me and Bigdave went to a necktie party at Stone Mountain, then we burned down an abortion clinic in Atlanta, and I think beat some homeless Mexicans to death on the way home(was kinda drunk- hard to remember). Tonight, we are going to a muslim gay bar- can hardly wait!
We conservatives KNOW how to have fun. You should have told some liberals you had a permit to carry. They would have been trembling to the point that they would have had poopie running down their legs. THEN, you should have put a Bible in the back window of your car. Of course, you would need to have bullet proof windows before that could be fun. Next, you could have gone to a ghetto or trailor park and bought some food stamps and then used them to buy you some MD 2020 and a box of peanut brittle.(Since you are a liberal, I probably just described a normal day for you.) When you get to the Muslim gay bar, please tell IO I said, "hi".
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#24858 Sep 18, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>Yeeeah....ACORN was ALL KINDS of reputable. Stands to reason that YOU would defend ACORN.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/09/10/acorn....
Are Right Wingers just habitual liars ?
or
Are Right Wingers so ignorant they don't know the truth ?

How many times must they read proof that ACORN was cleared of wrongdoing and that the Right Wing Liars were successfully sued for their lies - until they admit the truth ?

Read and weep how those Right Wing liars who lied about ACORN had to apologize to ACORN and pay damages.

.... Conservative activist pays $100,000 to former ACORN worker
James O'Keefe says he 'regrets any pain' suffered by a man in a widely seen sting video in which the smuggling of underage prostitutes was discussed.
March 07, 2013|By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times

SAN DIEGO — James O'Keefe, the conservative activist whose hidden-camera stings have been aimed at liberal targets, has agreed to pay $100,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a former employee of the group ACORN, according to documents filed Thursday in federal court here.

... As part of the settlement, O'Keefe says he "regrets any pain" suffered by Juan Carlos Vera, who was interviewed by O'Keefe and an associate in ACORN's office in National City, near the U.S.-Mexico border, on Aug. 18, 2009.

... In the settlement, O'Keefe says that before the video was shown on TV or posted on the Web, he was unaware of Vera's assertion that he had called the police to report O'Keefe and Giles for proposing an illegal act.

... A report in 2010 by the office of the California attorney general said that O'Keefe and Giles were given immunity from prosecution when they agreed to provide complete and unedited copies of videos made in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and National City.
Now

Homer, GA

#24859 Sep 18, 2013
Now wrote:
<quoted text>
The town listed under your name.
If you dont live there, let us know so we can come to your town for the interview of the decade, to be televisecd on PBS under the title "Smart Conservatives interview Dumb Liberals."

We conservatives are going around the country interviewing liberals in order to apply a test of consistency to their beliefs.

We keep getting info that winds of change or any new ideas that come along cause great excitement among liberals, so much so they are willing to sell their souls, sell their kids into bondage, kick their spouses out, and go on a world tour before climate change destroys the world......

Where there is no hope,
there is no vision.

Where there is no vision,
there is no greatness.


“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#24860 Sep 18, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Anyone who owns substantial shares of bank stock loves derogation - it's great to privatize profits and socialize losses.
Too bad it almost always destroys the country.
Republicans still pushing deregulation of Wall Street
by David Atkins
"
Following on Digby's post below about Republicans being unmoored from anything like responsible governance, there's also this:
he House Appropriations Committee approved an agriculture budgeting bill last month that would significantly restructure the U.S. bank regulatory regime as part of a GOP effort to protect Wall Street's offshore trading in derivatives -- the complex financial products at the heart of the 2008 economic meltdown.
Republicans in Congress have been pressuring regulators for years to exempt derivatives that U.S. companies sell overseas from the new rules set by the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law.
For much of 2013, the deregulatory drive enjoyed bipartisan support in the House, with lawmakers casting their efforts as an attempt to harmonize U.S. law with international regulations. But financial reform advocates have attacked the initiative for padding Wall Street profits at the expense of important public protections, and Democratic support has eroded.
In June, the House passed a bill that would completely exempt from U.S. oversight derivatives sold through the nine most popular foreign derivatives jurisdictions.
The legislation is occasionally derided as the "London Whale Loophole Act" on Capitol Hill -- a reference to the overseas trades that cost JPMorgan Chase more than $6 billion in 2012. London was the epicenter of much of the derivatives trading by U.S. financial firms leading up the 2008 crash, including AIG's infamous Financial Products division.
If banks can simply route trades through loosely regulated overseas affiliates, financial reform advocates warn, the most critical aspects of Dodd-Frank will be effectively nullified.
But June's House Agriculture Committee funding bill has much stronger prospects for passage, since it's tied to approximately $19 billion in other spending.
That bill would require the Commodities Futures Trading Commission -- the agency with responsibility for more than 90 percent of the derivatives market -- to negotiate its regulations with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which oversees the remainder of the derivatives business.
These are people who looked at the financial crisis of 2008 and didn't see a problem to be solved, but a small bump in the road and an opportunity for the wealthy to make even more money in an increasingly unstable system. They simply don't care.
Do you REALLY need to see the video AGAIN where Barney Frank stated that there was NO problem with FM and FM after congress was warned by the president? REALLY?
Also, please post the link to your article. I would like to read the entire artice. Thanks.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#24861 Sep 18, 2013
Now wrote:
<quoted text>
And the sorry rascal thinks he can corrupt my brain by implanting it in his head..........
are you stalking me now- I hear that you really don't stink that bad for a fat white broad- but I am still not interested!

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