Jan
06

The Clinton’s Capitulation to Cynicism

Date: January 3rd, 2014   To: President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton   From: Roseanne Barr; Peace and Freedom Party & GREEN TEA PARTY   Subject: The Clinton’s Capitulation to Cynicism   Dear Bill and Hillary Clinton: I write this letter as America deteriorates and the climate for WW3 increases. Many of your supporters want to know why you are kissing the ass of Wall St, and by proxy kissing the ass of ‘Obamacare’, which is: the leveling of a sin tax upon the sick/poor. Your cynicism is duly noted. Informed voters are not impressed that The Nominations for POTUS are won with laundered drug money, money from terrorist groups, money from wall st and caucus cheating, gerrymandering, racial profiling, and Pedophile Traffickers, pill pushers poisoners and Ponzi PedoPriestclasses of Predatory Pirates of the SHAKEDOWN of workers. No longer are we impressed with David Axelrod’s Republican like strategy of racial profiling and identity politics to get votes. What answer you to Obama, after his charge that you were racist for suggesting that Lyndon B. Johnson should get credit for the Civil Rights Act of 1964? What answers/analysis do you have for the death of our Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi? Was he assassinated by our own government? Is our government now plotting to kill the President of Ecuador? Where is the three trillion dollars that was stolen by our own private contractors? Where is the wealth … [Read more...]

Oct
11

Inside Scoop from Annual IMF and World Bank Meetings in Washington

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  October 11-13, 2013 -- The "scoop" from the water coolers inside the annual IMF and World Bank meetings in Washington A one-time economics adviser to the Obama White House let WMR in on some of the conversations percolating at this week's annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank in Washington, DC. The news about the foreseeable future of the U.S. economy is bleak. The U.S. economy can be summed up in two words: "Stagnation Nation," according to our ears inside the meetings in the nation's capital. One thing is for certain. The world's central bankers, including IMF managing director Christine Lagarde, agree that the "papering" of the U.S. economy by the Federal Reserve, a policy maintained by outgoing Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke in order to stem inflation, must come to an end. Incoming Fed Chair Janet Yellen has signaled an intention to drastically change Bernanke's policy of giving $80 to $90 billion in cash to U.S. banks per month to keep Treasury bond yields high and the stock market in a bullish condition. The Bernanke program, called Quantitative Easing II or QEII, has seen banks purchasing stocks with their glut of cash in record fashion. The other two word heard at the IMF and World Bank meetings are "taper off." Lagarde, backed by Yellen, say it is time for QEII to be "tapered off" and the pumping of cash from the Fed to the banks and stock market must end at its current pace. That means the Bernanke policy of … [Read more...]

May
26

Debt Jubilee

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