Coincidence?: Chase also bought up ailing institutions on the cheap in response to the 1st Gt Depression.
Is this what Geithner meant by “end game?” Chase buying up weak financial institutions at fire sale prices in response to a key bankruptcy triggering a nation-wide crisis for financial institutions? Just like what happened during the First Great Depression!
I don't usually shout at my television, the tv usually pays little attention. But while watching the Chris Christie press conference I needed to shout that question, for it seemed no one else would. He pulled a Sgt. Schultz ("I know nuzzink!"), blamed his inner circle of closest advisors, and claimed he was "heartbroken" over the issue, which, by the way, he knew nuzzink about. Of course he was heartbroken, having just seen his presidential aspirations float under the GW bridge and out to sea.
Stop Obama's TPP NOW!
The local fox channel is televising commercials that promote oil and gas.
Only in Obama’s America.
I was just over at TruthDig and was reading Chris Hedges devestating attack on Christie and suddenly this phrase struck me and I think we should all share it liberally... Atomic Blunderbuss... It seems so apropos.
In this futuristic society all decisions would be made for the taxpayer. You would not have to file suit for damages! Let us review globalization. Globalization has cost America tens of thousands of manufacturers tens of millions of skilled jobs with health care and retirement plans. To be followed with austerity and a downward spiral of expectations for wages.
In a libertarian society that use the courts to enforce all manner of civil law through damages. If one were to protect himself his investment his company his livelihood into wild West society. Would it be fair to assume we would use corporate dollars and lobbyists to enact tort reform to our benefit before the fact?