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Quote of the Day

April 20, 2012 by  
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“Apparently, I’m supposed to be more angry about what Mitt Romney does with his money than what Obama does with mine.”

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6 Responses to “Quote of the Day”
  1. Karianne says:

    I don’t care what Romney or Obama do with their personal money.  I do care where their campaign money comes from though, as it may reveal who they “owe” for being elected. This is important as it affects how they will govern and spend MY money.  

    From January:

    “Romney has raised $32.2 million in campaign cash. His major contributors are the banksters Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse Group, Morgan Stanley, HIG Capital, Barclays, Bank of America, JP Morgan & Chase, USB AG, Wells Fargo, Blackstone Group, Citigroup, sundry Wall Street fat cats and his former firm, Bain & Co.”. http://personalliberty.com/2012/01/23/the-best-president-money-can-buy/

    Obama’s contribution list looks eerily similar.  

    When do we start to connect the dots that candidates from both political parties are bought, so that those at the top always remain in control no matter who is elected?  When do we realize that both sides of the MSM are complicit, and owned by the same entities as the banks, because they only put certain candidates in public view as our “choice” and the “front runner”?  When do we connect the dots that those same entities who serve at the Fed Reserve board then go work for the “too big to fail” banks have no interest in a sound currency and therefore economy for the American people?  http://personalliberty.com/2012/04/20/federal-reserve-corruption-coming-to-light/  

    Romney: “I think Ben Bernanke is a student of monetary policy; he’s doing as good a job as he thinks he can do…I’m not going to spend my time going after Ben Bernanke. I’m not going to spend my time focusing on the Federal Reserve.”. 

    Of course Mitt, that is completely understandable.

    When do we realize that our troubles stem from the same small group of people and we must choose differently if we want our lives to change for the better?  

    Romney and Obama will owe the same bankers for election, bankers who also spend billions to lobby and control Congress, control the value of our dollar via the Fed, and use the media to keep Americans in the dark as to who is behind the destruction of our economy, liberty, and Constitution.  

    Sorry, I don’t trust either one with my money or liberty.

  2. Come on people how much plainer do you want it?

    Open your eyes, look at the truth and behave accordingly.

  3. Karianne says:

    The revolving door list of individuals that were in attendance at these [Fed Reserve] meetings, who moved into the private sector.

    - Deborah Bailey (Deputy Director, Div of Banking Supervision and Regulation) – Deloitte
    - Patrick Barron (First Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta) – Retired
    - Meredith Beechey (Economist, Div of Monetary Affairs) – Sveriges Riksbank
    - Susan Bies (Committee member) – Bank of America
    - Laricke Blanchard (Assistant to the Board) – Pension Benefit Guranty Corporation (government agency)
    - Roger Cole (Director, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation) – Retired
    - Paul M. Connolly (First VP, Boston Fed) – Eastern Bank/John Hancock Life Insurance Company
    - J. Benson Durham (Assistant Director, Division of Monetary Affairs) – The Capital Group Companies
    - Karen Dynan (Ass’t Director, Division of Research and Stats) – Brookings
    - Joseph Gagnon (Deputy Associate Director, Div. of International Finance) – Peterson Institute
    - Michael Gapen (Economist, Div. of Monetary Affairs) – Barclays Capital
    - Jon Greenlee (Associate Director, Div of Banking Supervision and Regulation) – KPMG
    - Bob Hankins (Senior VP, Federal Reserve Dallas) – Retired
    - Thomas Hoenig (Committee member; President of Federal Reserve Kansas City) – FDIC
    - Donald Kohn (Committee member) – Brookings
    - Randall Kroszner (Committee member) – Patomak Global Partners/University of Chicago
    - Brian Madigan (Secretary and Economist; Associate Economist) – Barclays
    - Eileen Mauskopf (Senior Economist, Div of Research and Statistics) – Johns Hopkins
    - Laurence Meyer (Visiting Reserve Bank Officer, Div of Monetary Affairs) – Macroeconomic Advisers LLC
    - Cathy Minehan (Committee member) – Arlington Advisory Partners, Simmons College School of Management
    - Frederic Mishkin (Committee member) – Columbia
    - Michael Moskow (Committee member) – Chicago Council On Global Affairs
    - Stephen Oliner (Senior Adviser, Div of Research and Statistics) – AEI
    - Patrick Parkinson (Deputy Director, Div of Research and Stats) – Retired
    - Roberto Perli (Dep. Assoc. Dir., Div. of Monetary Affairs; Assistant Director, Div of Monetary Affairs) – International Strategy & Investment
    - Brian Peters (Senior VP, New York Fed) – AIG
    - William Poole (Committee member; President of St. Louis Fed) – Cato
    - Vincent Reinhart (Secretary and Economist) – AEI
    - Art Rolnick (Associate Economist; Senior VP Federal Reserve Minneapolis) – Human CapitalResearch Collaborative at the University of Minnesota
    - Gordon Sellon (Associate Economist) – Oklahoma City University
    - Nathan Sheets (Economist) – Citi
    - Coryann Stefansson (Associate Director, Div. of Banking Supervision and Regulation) – PwC
    - Gary Stern (Alt. Member, FOMC) – Washington U. St. Louis (and Too Big To Fail)
    - David Stockton (Economist) – Macroeconomic Advisers LLC
    - Kevin Warsh (Committee Member) – Hoover

    http://www.dylanratigan.com/2012/04/16/fed-docs-and-the-revolving-door/

  4. Banzai Bill says:

    Interesting list (above).

    There’s another list….with just one name one it. Ron Paul.

    http://www.iamthewitness.com/DarylBradfordSmith_Bankers.htm

  5. Great job Bill on posting that link, it is a good reading. I had read the “History of Money” but not the one you have posted. I wish everyone that visits the GTP website would read it and the one on the history of money. It is impossible to understand the present if we do not know our past. Without that knowledge we would just be charging into the future with blindsides.

    http://www.iamthewitness.com/DarylBradfordSmith_Rothschild.htm

  6. Karianne says:

    This is more truth for the “anyone but Obama” folks: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWBzUuo9_eo&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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