Re: [9-11-290] lookie at what just got passed while everyone was focused on the AGI Bonuses!!! the guns will be next

From: user 4.
Sent on: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 1:27 PM
Nice commentary, Tony... Not to mention Obama's ecnomic advisory team is lined with former Fed Chairmen & other banking elites like Greenspan, Volker, former President of the NY Fed (who's now Treasury Secretary) Geitner amoung other financial luminaries who pretty much caused the crisis we're currently in.

--- On Wed, 3/25/09, Tony Esper <[address removed]> wrote:

> From: Tony Esper <[address removed]>
> Subject: Re: [9-11-290] lookie at what just got passed while everyone was focused on the AGI Bonuses!!!   the guns will be next
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2009, 11:22 AM
> Smoke and Mirrors Michael
> 
> Barack Obama���s lack of leadership in a down
> economy has now hit crisis
> proportions,
> as his claimed inability to block millions of dollars in
> bonuses for
> executives of bailout recipient AIG has caused even his
> supporters to
> turn on him.
> But while the ire of Congress and the media focus are on
> the $165
> million that AIG paid out in bonuses to their executives,
> the president
> is hoping you won���t notice the $100 billion in
> taxpayer bailout dollars that AIG paid out to  other banks,
> including $58 billion to foreign banks and $36
> billion given to French and German banks 
> alone.
> The Obama administration is  allowing AIG to bail out
> the rest of  the world with your tax dollars.
> So by all means, the president is happy to have you
> railing at
> ���evil��� but relatively small potatoes AIG executive
> bonuses, as it
> points your outrage away from his own far more costly
> executive abuses.
> And of course, the re-distributor-in-ch­ief hopes you
> won���t notice
> where much of the rest of the AIG bailout cash is being
> spent.
> While $58 billion of your tax dollars ��� or more
> accurately, your
> children���s tax dollars ��� are being used to pay foreign
> banks, a
> substantial portion of that money  ($43.5 billion) is
> being used to pay
> American banks, including Goldman Sachs, Merill Lynch, Bank
> of America,
> Citigroup, Wachovia, Morgan Stanley, AIG International, and
> JP Morgan.
> The following recipients of President Obama���s
> trickle-down-to-my-d­onors bailout plan rank among his top
> 20
> contributors to his 2008 presidential election campaign,
> according to Open
> Secrets:
> Goldman Sachs:  $955,473
> Citigroup: $653,468
> JP Morgan Chase & Co.:  $646,058
> Morgan Stanley: $485,823
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