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This is what I was talking about when I said President Bill Clinton is in no small part to blame for the financial horror story that we currently live in.

    

http://docs.google.com/gview?a=v&attid=0.1&thid=11fbebae6eacc7bb&mt=application%2Fpdf

 

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Ed Cage

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Really Ed, I don't have a ferking mouse in my pocket, so I will speak for myself on this one.

WHO CARES about pointing boogery fingers at this point in time?

FRAUD IS FRAUD  IS FRAUD

Who didn't have their hands in our pockets?

Let's FOCUS on SOLUTIONS dude.





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http://docs.google.com/gview?a=v&attid=0.1&thid=11fbebae6eacc7bb&mt=application%2Fpdf

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(Paraphrasing the above NY Times article I posted)  Fannie Mae, the nation’s biggest underwriter of home mortgages was under increasing pressure from the Clinton Administration to expand mortgage loan availability to moderate and low income Americans. (More risk) Additionally Fannie Mae felt increasing pressure to maintain its phenomenal growth in profits.  

     Peter Wallison, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute forewarned us in this very same NY Times article a decade ago that, “If they fail the government will have to step up and bail them out just as they bailed out the thrift industry.”

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Ann if one thing has become abundantly clear in the last several months it is that nobody in the Legislative Branch, Executive Branch, Wall Street or Main Street appears to have a “solution” at the present moment in history. But I’m sure most of us agree that we can learn from our past mistakes. Unfortunately it is too late to solve many of the injustices and miscalculations that have sadly already occurred.    

     However I can sum up Peter Wallison’s position and my own current opinion in two words, “less risk” in the future.

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Ed Cage

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Plano TX 75023

ecagetx@gmail.com

 

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The only one that has had a REAL solution is RON PAUL, period.

The main stream media isn't allowed to like this guy.  I wonder why??????

Naw I know why, and the American public should be outraged.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/cnbc-anchors-mortified-that-ron-paul-was-allowed-air-time.html

Not all of us are sheeple, count on that.
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Ann Holden wrote:
The only one that has had a REAL solution is RON PAUL, period.

The main stream media isn't allowed to like this guy.  I wonder why??????

Naw I know why, and the American public should be outraged.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/cnbc-anchors-mortified-that-ron-paul-was-allowed-air-time.html

Not all of us are sheeple, count on that.


You can't put the worms back in the can. We will never see a financial system like Paul and his supporters want. We have to get rid of hundreds of congressmen and senators who aren't working for the industry.

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You can't put the worms back in the can. We will never see a financial system like Paul and his supporters want. ...

Right person ".". And we'll never see an african american president. Or women voting. People should be careful saying never. I am not a republican but I can tell you that Congressman Paul makes alot of sense when it comes to financial matters. Actually he makes alot of sense on many matters, not just financial. You never know what the will of the american people may be and if our leaders can't get it right, things can be changed relatively quickly.

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. that kind of reasoning is fundamentally flawed if you have a system that sponsers and rewards crime and reckless behavior it's foolish to believe you could set up a massive governmental and civilian system to go after all the crooks and abusers especially if the abusers fall into grey areas and use legal loopholes and payoffs.

It makes far more sense to eliminate the source of the issue and restore a legal production and savings based economy. The crooks get rich using other peoples money and the whole mortgage system is based on getting you to pay interest on the banks lending your own money back to you.

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Ed,

The blame for this is so far beyond any single political party it's not even worth considering. But if you want to continue to blame one party vs another, I'm sure the shepherds will be quite pleased.

I agree with Greg. It's the only way that we will ever find a right and lasting change. 

R,

4J
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It's seems finally the public understands both parties have been pursuing the same policy big government control and banking sponsorship of government deficit.

Ron Paul was a major threat to the power, banking and military-industrial structure. He planned on boosting troop moral, domestic and international support and providing them with the equipment and missions they needed to win and come home. His Achilles heel in the "08 election was supporting the troops defensive mission, the largest percentage of military personnel donations were to Ron Paul.
Most military personnel understand the power structure and history of wars because their life literally depends on it.

The power structure wants long large scale un-winnable wars with little public support like Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq which the U.S. taxpayers funded armed and trained both sides of the conflict. Hussein was put in power by the U.S. to fight Iran and the Taliban to fight the former Soviet union which itself was put in power to fight Nazis. The U.S. supported Chinese and soviet communism which in turn supported Korea and Vietnam. Germany was U.S. natural ally before WW1 and the majority of the citizens were anti-imperialist (pro-German) or non-interventionist (neutral) which is the Constitutional position. The U.S. intervened in WWI and supported imperialism over capitalism. In the 1920's when socialism was failing in England the U.S. taxpayers funded England's social programs and caused the great depression by draining our resources abruptly pulling the plug on an economic boom. In the 1920's when the Bolshevik revolution created mass starvation we intervened and propped up Russia's communist dictatorship and in the 30's funded and armed the NAZI's and set the stage for WWII. During the Cold war the U.S taxpayers heavily sponsored socialism, communism and dictatorships though the IMF, world bank and the U.N. and payed for military expansion to fight and contain communism, so again U.S. interventionist policies had U.S. taxpayers fund both sides of the conflicts and pay for our military to guard against the monsters the taxpayers funded all over the world.

The military-industrial complex want's long term wars quite simply because that's their business model, rest assured  both Democrats and Republicans understand they must dupe the public into supporting foolish self-destructive foreign policy or get run out of office.

The style of engagement since Vietnam  has been attack the civilian infrastructure and force the entire region into a fight for survival and then cut and run creating as much anti-U.S. sentiment as possible and unfinished business.

The whole original point of fractional reserve money is to fund large scale long term wars and pay them off over decades, military people understand this and the whole point of the U.S. revolution was to end feudalism (perpetual war based economy). The Constitution lays the framework to have a savings based economy that provides prosperity and stability for the general population and the businesses, we need that to remain free of corporate, banking and central government control without explosive boom/bust cycles that lead to civil unrest and foreign wars.

Ron Paul is the only true PRO-U.S. PRO-U.S. friendship, Pro-freedom, Pro-economic prosperity candidate with realistic long term solutions.

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