May 7, 2009

Here's the Inspector General of the Federal Reserve. Ha. Ha ha ha ha. Bwa ha ha ha.



Monkeys.

Absolute, total, incompetent and corrupt bureaucrat monkeys.

It's like the idiots from the DMV took over the nation's treasury.

Take a number.

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducts independent and objective audits, inspections, evaluations, investigations, and other reviews related to programs and operations of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board). OIG efforts promote integrity, economy, efficiency, and effectiveness; help prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse; and strengthen accountability to the Congress and the public. The OIG’s work assists the Board in managing risk and in achieving its overall mission to foster the stability, integrity, and efficiency of the nation’s monetary, financial, and payment systems so as to promote optimal macroeconomic performance.

Elizabeth A. Coleman
Inspector General

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

'Ms. Coleman joined the Board's OIG in 1989 as a senior auditor. She was promoted to program manager in 1999 and to senior program manager in 2001.'

Wow, what a track record...I'll bet her crowning achievement was coining the phrase: 'irrational exuberance'.

alex3191 said...

This is EXACTLY what Ron Paul had in mind, with HR 1207. EXACTLY :))

Anonymous said...

Ms Coleman is eminently qualified.

She possesses the right qualities for an Inspector General, she HEARD NOTHING, SAW NOTHING and therefore SAID NOTHING.

edenz

vanilla ice said...

What an f'ing disaster. Complete and total.

Supernintendo Chalmers said...

i hope she's ready for the audit because HR 1207 is going to be rammed so far down her throat, she's going to think she's an extra in a Ron Jeremy flick.

Anonymous said...

Where do they mutate from?

Talk about Swine Flu, this is living proof of just sexual activity between an alleged human and a pig.

Heavy on the PIG...

Are you suprised the Riots and Death hasn't happened yet?

Looking Forward to Summer of Rage '09.

Start at the Top.

Punish the Guilty.

Anonymous said...

With trillions of taxpayer funding channeling through government hands, the real monkeys are the voters in this duopoly.

Anonymous said...

Since the U.S. Federal Reserve System was created, in 1913, the U.S. Dollar has lost over 95% of its purchasing power.

Mission accomplished.

Anonymous said...

Suicide bomb these fuckers. It's a worthy cause. No, really.

-Mike

Anonymous said...

1) Do you know who received the 9+ trillion dollars? Answer: Duuuuh

2) How much are the losses thus far? Answer: Duuuuh

3) Do you know your ass from a hole in the ground? Answer: Can you repeat the question?

HOLY SHIT I CAN NOT BELIEVE HOW EFFING SCREWED WE ARE!!! WE ALL BETTER DAMN WELL BE SCARED SHITLESS RIGHT NOW BECAUSE THE MURDEROUS RIOTS AND DESTRUCTION WILL BE COMING TO A TOWN NEAR YOU!!!

RICO said...

What an incredibly inept performance by a high-ranking official.

The state of our union is FUBAR!

All I can say...is that if I was in a position to effectively steal hundreds of billions of dollars from the US Treasury, I can't think of anyone I'd rather have 'investigating' me than the stunningly incompetent Ms. Coleman.

Holy shit!

Anonymous said...

"The OIG will accomplish its mission and conduct its day-to-day operations consistent with the following values:

Independence. Independence is a fundamental value guiding OIG operations and our arms-length partnership with the Board. In all matters, we will make independent and objective judgments free from undue internal and external influences or pressures, or other organizational impairments; personal bias or other personal impairments; and direct financial or other potential conflicts of interest.

Integrity. The OIG adheres to the highest standards of integrity in its dealings with the Board, the System, the Congress, the public, and its employees.

Excellence. Achieving our mission demands quality, high performance standards, a robust and secure infrastructure, and an experienced, skilled, and motivated professional workforce. We will provide high quality results on time and within budget and make constructive recommendations to address problems and issues, with proper consideration of the Board's mission, goals, functions, and risks. We will also bring appropriate knowledge, skills, and abilities to our work; build efficiency, effectiveness, and security into our infrastructure, internal operations, and work processes; and maintain an effective quality control process." (...)


Ms. Coleman and her staff are in direct violation of many/most of the guiding principles of the OIG.

She has clearly demonstrated dereliction of her responsibilties to maintain proper oversight.

This can/should be prosecuted as MALFEASANCE.