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The title of this post is the actual title of the post in a blog called Future News Today.
I must say that there are certain points made that I do agree with and do believe. But you be the judge. Reprinted below is a graphic that Future News Today used and I find very interesting. As I said in my previous post, "a picture is worth a thousand words". Could this be a picture of "The Knights Of The Round Table"?
Graphic from Future News Today
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From Future News Today
Today he showed his true stripes again. In what was apparently a private meeting with the Chicago Tribune's editorial board he let his guard down.Read the full article...click here
Geithner says bailout money well spent by Gail MarksJarvis
As U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner looks back at the efforts made by government to treat the financial crisis, he says "the money spent was very limited."
The comment might seem startling given his emphasis repeatedly on the need to pull back the nation's deficit once the economy is less "fragile" than it now is. But as Geithner spoke with the Chicago Tribune's editorial board today, he said "I am deeply at peace with the necessity of what has been done" -- including the government's intervention in GM, investment banks, AIG and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. He emphasized that the money is getting repaid.
Still, Geithner notes that while there are "encouraging" signs in recent economic statistics, "unemployment probably will rise further." Although some analysts worry that the nation could be going through a "jobless recovery," Geithner says the recovery so far seems to be following a typical path.
There is definitely something amiss here in our country. Wall Street is flourishing more then ever while the people on Main Street are struggling more then ever.
I ask, who is truly in charge here?
If, as Geithner says - and I do agree with him on this point - "unemployment probably will rise further" then where is the recovery and who is recovering?
It seems like decisions are being made that only enhance Wall Street by people who are Wall Street.
We the people have many questions and it is our right to get answers. Join us in our fight to sort out the truth and reclaim what is rightfully ours - our country, our economy and our freedom.