Follow the Money!!! Our Confusing Economy, Explained

If you listened to the NPR Fresh Air article I posted in January, it predicted this crash.

This article is about how deregulation in investment banking has damaged our economy.

IF YOU WANT TO KNOW THE TRUTH, FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!! Please listen to this article!!!!

Our Confusing Economy, Explained

[39 min 8 sec]

Fresh Air from WHYY, April 3, 2008 · Perplexed by the U.S. economy? You’re not alone. Law professor Michael Greenberger joins Fresh Air to explain the sub-prime mortgage crisis, credit defaults, the shaky future of other types of loans and what we can expect from the U.S. financial markets.

Greenberger is a professor at the University of Maryland School of Law and the director of the University’s Center for Health and Homeland Security.

Now watch this video from August of 2007! This guy was trying to get everyone to wake up. This is how upset you should be! So put down the anti-depressants, booze, cake, TV and DO SOMETHING!!!!!! VOTE AGAINST THE BAILOUT!!!!!! CALL YOUR REPS NOW!!!

at least look at this chart.

Now read this…

This explains the default swap deregulation problem.

Wall street and Washington have been in bed together for too long! We have let these bozos take advantage of our ignorance and apathetic attitudes for too long!!!!

Now we are all suffering. This is bigger than the presidental election, because they are all on the same team!  They don’t care about you, your jobs, your family, your rights or this nation. All they care about is money. We have to get rid of them all and force them to represent our wishes.

And another article about Phil Gram!


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