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By MarthaA, May 2, 2010 at 8:59 pm Link to this comment
According to Alan Greenspan, thank Academic DLC Best Conservative Republican EVER Democrat, Bill Clinton, for happily signing the deregulation of the Banksters and the Insurance barons, so the Right-Wing Republican Banksters and the Insurance barons could take full, wide open advantage of the populace, and certainly he knew what the meaning of “is” was and did it anyway for the “money supply” of Reagan’s Republican Supply Side Tinkle Down Economics. I do not buy the story that Clinton didn’t know what he was doing.
Congress and Clinton made it possible, it is doubtful members of Congress or Clinton specifically authorized the Banksters to be larcenists, therefore the larceny that Goldman Sachs and all the Banksters pulled off should all be paid back with interest. And the populace needs to remove from the Democratic Party all conservative/moderate Republican-Lite members of Congress that were involved in the deregulation of the Insurance Corporations and the Banksters, because their brains weren’t large enough to see the forest for the trees.
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