Comments on: Republicans seek economic wisdom from Greenspan Tracking U.S. politics Wed, 16 Nov 2016 03:39:51 +0000 hourly 1 By: Folklight Thu, 16 Jul 2009 16:42:22 +0000 With the previously unthinkable nationalization of corporate American icons now a reality, the role and relationship of our government and the Fed must be examined and redefined if this Republic we have taken for granted is to persevere.

To Quote Edmund Burke:

“It is to the property of the citizen, not to the demand of the creditor of the State, that the original faith of society is pledged. The claim of the citizen is prior in time, paramount in title, and superior in equality”
Greenspit on Fed Autonomy: 7w

The Coming Battle 1899: ankingSystem.pdf

By: brian lee Wed, 15 Jul 2009 17:10:23 +0000 jvill,are you saying that you don,t believe that illegals are getting SS and there are not hundreds on death row?or are you saying you not prepared to believe that?like i said i live in CA and here any thing goes.i worked for a company and one of it,s male employees had a fictitious social security number,apparently it had belonged to a women who had been dead for years.unfortunately when she died she owed 5000 in back taxes,and they came after him for the back taxes.when he explained it was not really her they apologized and gave him a different social security number.probably something else you are not prepared to believe?

By: Shalom P. Hamou Wed, 15 Jul 2009 14:11:49 +0000 In fact I saw the Liquidity Trap coming in 1994 and Alan Greenspan saw it coming in 1996 as I show in my Tract: Plea for a New World Economic Order.

Chapter III: Greenspan Conundrum and Bernanke Global Saving Glut.

Chapter III, Paragraph 1:
Greenspan Conundrum and Income/Wealth Disparities.

The White Proposition is simply unsound even from a theoretical point of view:

Chapter III.
Greenspan Conundrum and Bernanke Global Saving Glut. Paragraph 3: Bubbles & Bursts.

By: Robert Wed, 15 Jul 2009 03:30:53 +0000 It seems Al is still hocking his book. He devoted a whole chapter to the impact of medicare on the deficit. We would have faired better if Mr. Greenspan was not so full of himself that he fell asleep at the switch. I think it went to his head when he was hailed a the Maestro when the eoconomy was falsely doing well. It would be foolish and just downright stupid for Republicans to start quoting the Maestro. They more than likely are going to use him to attack medicare and develop a scare tactic to oppose Health Reform.They have to be desperate.

By: jvill Wed, 15 Jul 2009 03:22:50 +0000 Sweet. The man who brought us 1% rates and binge capitalism is here to save us from the madness. Phew.

Brian Lee, I’m not sure you wrote one true thing. Well, except for your first sentence. And the part about service cuts. So you hate taxes, but you also hate the fact that cops are being laid off because of lack of funding?

By: brian lee Tue, 14 Jul 2009 23:25:00 +0000 but people only hear what they want to CA you have a situation were police are going to be laid off work because there is no funds,and yet you have social security being paid to have threats of criminals being set free and prison officers numbers being reduced because of cost reduction and yet you have hundreds of murders on death row who will probably die of old can only tax the rich till they don,t exist then what is the plan?