Bernanke To Host Circus...Umm...I Mean 'Town Hall' Meeting, w/Audience Participation

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by ByLoSellHi, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. clacy


    Well, if they didn't scrub the questions and screen the audience, let's face it. This place would be wall to wall conspiracy theorists talking non-stop "fed/new world order/amero/rothschild/gold standard"
  2. Actually, there are more than quite a few credible individuals who are quite skeptical of the legal grounds upon which the fed exists and exercises its (ever expanding) authority:

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  3. Bernanke = Moron
  4. achilles28


    Let me guess. You think the Federal Reserve is really Federal. And a Reserve!! :D :D :D
  5. greddy


    Ron Insana was on CNBC saying that
    Ben is doing a great job.

    He also said anyone with a ounce of brain (or
    something like that) would want Ben to
    continue as Chairman.

    I agree with Ron. Ben's read on the housing
    crisis has been perfect. And, how he commented it won't
    spill over to the general economy, just
    outstanding. Shows great understanding how
    the subprime market works. Brilliant man.

    How about when he said to Ron Paul that a weak
    dollar does not matter if you live in the US. Absolutely
    right!. Who cares about a weak dollar anyway.

    Let's give more power to the Fed, and re-elect
  6. I think I started laughing when Insana started talking.
  7. clacy


    Let me guess... regardless of my views on the Federal Reserve, you'll come back with a "sheeple" comment if I don't buy into all of your conspiracies.

    I guess I just get a kick out of the fact that DESPITE all of the Fed's diabolical plans for New World Order domination, people alive today in the US, are by and large live much better (longer, healthier, wealthier) lives than 99% of the people in the history of the world.
  8. achilles28


    About longevity, we might be living longer, but not healthier. Fluoride and prescription drugs in the water. Mercury in the vaccines and high-fructose corn syrup. Aspartame and sucralose in most prepared foods. The air sprayed with barium salts and heavy metals to 'combat' global warming. Cancers, autism, auto-immune, hormonal and mood disorders, all sky-rocketing compared to any metric, 50 years ago.

    We're about to enter a time of unprecedented social and political upheaval in the United States. You, along with everyone else, will be lucky to make it to 80, unscathed.

    Btw, you never answered the question. You believe the Federal Reserve is really Federal? And a Reserve????

    You're afraid of a larger reality because your idiot co-workers and neighbors might label you a 'kook'. Grow up, man.
  9. clacy


    Grow up???

    I'm not the one living in a bunker because I think everything is a global conspiracy and the world is coming to an end.

    People have been making these claims since the beginning of time. Who is more of a child? The guy running around screaming "the sky is falling!" or the "sheeple" that end up being right that the world is not coming to an end?

    I will bet you $10,000 (escrow, etc) that life expectancies in the US have gone up 5 years from now (2014). Afterall, this should be a no-brainer for you, since I'm sure you think the dollar is worthless right now and will become even more worthless in ten years. It's a win-win for you. You win, you were right. I win, you really only lose worthless dollars. PM me if you want to put your money where your mouth is.

    I realize full well the Fed is somewhere in between a public and private enterprise.

    Seriously, let me know if you want to set up the bet on life expectancies. I would love to double my money......

    Also, I have no co-workers really, and don't base my belief or non-belief in conspiracies on my neighbors' opinions of me.
    #10     Jul 9, 2009