April 21, 2009



RICO said...

"The cleansing of the temple, a story most every Christian knows, demonstrates that Jesus did not look with approval upon the refusal to employ force to protect the majority of any given human group against the unfair and enslaving practices of unjust minorities who may be able to entrench themselves behind political, financial, or ecclesiastical power. Shrewd, wicked, and designing men are not to be permitted to organize themselves for the exploitation and oppression of those who, because of their idealism, are not disposed to resort to force for self-protection or for the furtherance of their laudable life projects. —The Urantia Book

During the past eight years, the Bushmen have done their utmost to entrench themselves behind political, financial, and ecclesiastical power. Their make-believe foreign policy has failed to do aught that it set out to do, except enrich the coffers of the war profiteers, bankrupting our nation’s treasury in the process..."


Anonymous said...

waterboard Mozilo.

Anonymous said...

You're pretty naive, Keith. You think those in power are going to investigate themselves for fraud and corruption?

Who is going to do the investigating?

Are we going to have another Warren Commission, a Rockefeller Commission, a 9/11 Commission?

You've got to be kidding, right?

The only thing that could really help expose some fraud at the root of the system is Ron Paul's bill to audit the Fed but I see you won't bother mentioning that one because suddenly Ron Paul is not fashionable to Keith.

Well, whatever, keep dreaming that Obama is the uncorrupted savior of America. Those of us who pay attention and *read* well researched books rather than parrot the mainstream media already know who Obama and Bush really are and who their backers are. They are part of the same network of fraud, power and corruption.


born to lose said...

No need to follow the money. The money is with the same people it's always been.

It's not the few at the top that ruined everything for the working class. The working class is far more responsible for this crisis than any other group.
I think it's a miracle that just a few people have been able to manage such a massive collection of absolute mediocrity that is your average employee.

The next system designed to manage the working class is going to fail also. Hopefully the people at the top will be able to keep it together as long as their predecessors.

Anonymous said...

COME ON EVERYBODY SMILE, AND CHEER UP!Obama, The ONE, The MESSIA IS HERE,. No more corruption, 4 million new jobs soon to come. Bailouts for everyone. Honest Government Enemies like us now.
Great oversees relations.Democrats controll all of government. And just think in 2010, when the rest of the few republicans left are voted out, how much better the world will be. One party controll and utopia is right around the corner. There's a bright future and lots to be thankfull for.

He pulled a "Paulson" said...


Take the time...Read the article...Understand the depth of the corruption.

Anonymous said...

Dianne (Senator, for now) Feinstein, the Angelo Mozillo of the Senate:

Senator Feinstein Offers Help To FDIC Who Then Awards Above Market Contract To Husband
April 21st, 2009 •

Folks, whatever your political leanings, you need to watch what is happening in Washington DC these days. The government is getting more and more into the business of the business of America. And this includes real estate.

Senator Feinstein of California has arranged 25 billion dollars to go to the FDIC, which then awarded a contract to her husbands company at above market rates to sell foreclosures. Even if this is on the up and up, it is still shady.

But with the government forcing itself into the private sector and using it’s influence to choose the winners and the losers, you have to start watching Washington.

And you have 3 choices:

You can play the game and buy influence and business,
You can ignore it and lose out to your rivals, or
You can work to change Washington and it’s dynamics.
But the days of ignoring government and hoping it stays out of your way are disappearing fast. And if you do not believe me, try to sell foreclosures while competing against Senator Feinstein’s husband.

On the day the new Congress convened this year, Sen. Dianne Feinstein introduced legislation to route $25 billion in taxpayer money to a government agency that had just awarded her husband’s real estate firm a lucrative contract to sell foreclosed properties at compensation rates higher than the industry norms.

Mrs. Feinstein’s intervention on behalf of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. was unusual: the California Democrat isn’t a member of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs with jurisdiction over FDIC; and the agency is supposed to operate from money it raises from bank-paid insurance payments - not direct federal dollars. via Washington Times.

How Much is ENOUGH!


Anonymous said...

There's only one man who truly knows how to make them squeal.

Maybe two(three?) at most.I have heard them squealing about that last one and let me tell you...

It. Ain't. Pretty.