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Sugar Daddy Government: Another Bailout Picks America's Pockets

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« on: September 19, 2008, 12:29:02 pm »

Sugar Daddy Government: Another Bailout Picks America's Pockets

Press release for September 18, 2008

Las Vegas, NV - Constitution Party presidential candidate Chuck Baldwin who is scheduled to address this weekend’s upcoming Conservative Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, NV, will comment on the latest government bailouts and the accelerating meltdown of the U.S. financial system.

Baldwin will speak to the annual gathering of conservative and libertarian political leaders Saturday, September 20th at 3 PM local time and is expected to say, “Our entire financial system is based on an illusion, with a foundation built on quicksand. We spend more than we earn, we consume more than we produce, we borrow more than we save – and we cling to the fantasy that this can go on forever. The glue that holds this crumbling scheme together is a fiat currency called the Federal Reserve Note, created out of thin air by an international banking cartel called the Federal Reserve. Since a ‘note’ is a debt, this leaves us with an obvious problem

"That deer in the headlights look on the faces of Obama/Biden/McCain/Palin when discussing this crisis should tell Americans everything they need to know about these candidates. Not one of them is letting on they know what’s really happening, much less how to fix it!

"In the last three years, the Federal Reserve has created over $4 trillion in new money out of absolutely nothing. As these huge new piles of phony money flood the banking system, the phony money already in circulation becomes worth even less, which leads to higher prices. We accept the vague term ‘inflation’ to describe this giant rip off, as if some immutable force of nature is the cause of our shrinking paychecks. But, make no mistake –This meltdown will ultimately spell disaster for every American.

"The roller coaster ride began in earnest with the $60 billion Bear Stearns bailout, followed quickly by the $300 billion bailout of government’s big mortgage/banker buddies last month. September started with the massive Freddie/Fannie bailout that will end up costing taxpayers somewhere between $500 billion to $1 trillion. On Monday, the fed brokered the Bank of America buyout of Merrill Lynch. Then just the other night, the fed announced the $85 billion bailout of AIG insurance, an enormous global entity with over $1.1 trillion in assets.

"So far, the only solution being talked about is more of the same failed monetary policies that got us into this mess in the first place – more fake money, more debt, more usury. It is time to demand a return to sound money. None of the other “Big Box” candidates is even talking about the most obvious place to begin the road to recovery, which is a return to the constitutional principal of sound money."

Baldwin, a conservative commentator, Internet columnist, talk show host and pastor appeared at a news conference in Washington, D.C. recently with former GOP presidential candidate, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Tex.). Paul urged Americans to bypass both major party candidates and instead vote for a candidate such as Chuck Baldwin.

Appearing on CNN’s popular Lou Dobbs Tonight program while in Washington, Baldwin was told by Dobbs, Americans had “a good reason” to vote for him.( See Lou Dobbs TV transcript and a YouTube clip of the show)

Baldwin will address the 4 day CLC , held at the Tuscany Suites (225- E. Flamingo Rd) in Las Vegas, NV.
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« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2008, 12:35:44 pm »

The Republicans have gotten us into this mess.  The Democrats will get us out of it.  But it will definitely take more than one administration.   Sad

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« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2008, 01:07:00 pm »

People may not like the bailouts, however, they are needed to stem off a complete collapse by the economy.

Mssrs. Baldwin and Paul actually propose there should not be any bailouts at all and don't care if the economy does collapse because they view that as a "market correction." Irresponisble, to say the least. 
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« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2008, 01:33:47 pm »

People may not like the bailouts, however, they are needed to stem off a complete collapse by the economy.

Mssrs. Baldwin and Paul actually propose there should not be any bailouts at all and don't care if the economy does collapse because they view that as a "market correction." Irresponisble, to say the least. 

...and when you get your next car or buy a house the taxes and interest you'll be paying on it will go to support this bail-out until we get off of the fractional-reserve system.

Paul and Baldwin are saying that we should abolish the Federal-Reserve and the whole debt based fractional reserve system.

Imagine debt-free money like the nation of Guernsey.

The Money Masters.

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« Reply #4 on: September 19, 2008, 02:51:53 pm »

You're probably right, Rebecca, but why do they only bail out the fatcats?




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« Reply #5 on: September 19, 2008, 03:11:47 pm »

I totally agree, Tom.  I actually heard that it would have been cheaper to buy all the failing mortgages across the country than to prop up these banks. I would have preferred them to do that. 

However, globally, all banks are interconnected.  Let too many of the big ones fail and we could fall from recession into depression.
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« Reply #6 on: September 19, 2008, 03:16:41 pm »

People may not like the bailouts, however, they are needed to stem off a complete collapse by the economy.

Mssrs. Baldwin and Paul actually propose there should not be any bailouts at all and don't care if the economy does collapse because they view that as a "market correction." Irresponisble, to say the least. 

...and when you get your next car or buy a house the taxes and interest you'll be paying on it will go to support this bail-out until we get off of the fractional-reserve system.

Paul and Baldwin are saying that we should abolish the Federal-Reserve and the whole debt based fractional reserve system.

Imagine debt-free money like the nation of Guernsey.

The Money Masters.



Point is, a taxpayer never usually has any say where their money goes or not. The Baldwin/Paul economic policies would lead is into a world depression, with neither of them caring about it, if they stood by their principles. 

Think of it, we have 6% unemployment now.

We had 25% during the Great Depression of the 1930s and many of the jobs created to even achieve that figure were created by the government.

Paul/Baldwin/McCain policies are not "people" policies, they tend to favor the rich, who are always simply interested in hoarding more of their money.
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« Reply #7 on: September 19, 2008, 04:40:28 pm »

This whole financial crisis is just another scam to give the Federal-Reserve more control of the US economy via the Global Banking system !!!

Obama is just a pimp to the NWO !!!
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« Reply #8 on: September 19, 2008, 04:43:31 pm »

If the people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks...will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered... The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs."

President, Thomas Jefferson

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« Reply #9 on: September 20, 2008, 09:38:00 pm »

How can your ever get there as long as the gouvernors, the senators and the president are to be elected with the help of pure commerce?!

Who, but the big bucks are going to pick the candidates - and sponsor their campaigns necessary to be elected?!

Then - who is controllng the elected representatives, monitoring their moral, ethics, case-work and efficency? The president? The cheif justice?!

In Scandanvia we have a non-electable center of our constitutions - as our Head of State is a seat that is accessable only by inherritance - from father to son. Thus we have an intangible, untouchable, incorruptable mid-point of the constittion - that EVERYBODY within the constitution are monitored by, regardless.

Since he has everything to loose by letting his concil, the ministers - as well as the other representatives and gouvenors - to do a bad job. Not to talk about unethical or false behaviour.

Since he know already througot his youth what is adult profession and responsibilities are going to be, as a full-time, around-the-clock job. Thus he will be preparing for it fromthe first day in school until he eventually start to sit in" for his father - progressively at the age of 35-55, under the close supervision and monitoring of his father and his gouvernment.

Since his course is unchangeable and his future cast, there is no sense in even trying to affect his work-course, actions or dedication - except in full publicity. Thus we have a poitical system were the head and spine are completely inmutable, incorruptable and - even - untouchable. Since no money can by this position - or even affect it - our constitution have a perpetual "Elliot Naess" at the top, that may monitor evry nook and corner of the gouvernmental bodies, without ANY other motive than upholding the laws, the security and the prosperity of the general population - at large .

When he dies his son will have to bear the sole responsibilty all by his own, for a while. Though, soon his first son will start to "sit in" for the new head-of-state again, - at least during hollidays and some odd week-ends...

This is a very old way of securing that all citizens can be asured that there is always ONE there - even at the very top - that puts the country and the ENTIRE popution first and forest, what-so-ever. As this is not only his job-description but his call in life, we can really rest assured that the laws are respected and basic dignity is upheld - from the core of the constitutional departments and to all their branches.

Since we elect evrybody else within the parlament and gouvernment for short periods of only 4 years, we must be very happy that we have a family-line that are really able and even willing to hold that pole-position, while all the rest of us are free to move aroud the track as much as we like - according to preference, ambition or impulse. Thus we assemble every year to show our gratitude to eachoher - and specificily the one family that signify and garantee our indentity, integrity, indepence and freedom as a country, as well as individuals. Thus we celebrate National Day as a complete holiday of celebration, at May 17th every year...

Maybe John Cleese (above) was rigt anyhow - perhaps the US should also use that old and well tested basic - if the basic idea, purpose and statements of the US Constitution shall ever be realized?!



 
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« Reply #10 on: September 20, 2008, 10:10:27 pm »

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« Reply #11 on: September 20, 2008, 10:16:44 pm »

Boreas speaks wisely, you would do well to listen to him, Volitzer.  Scandinavian countries, by the way, are socialist countries.  They do things far more efficiently than we do here, and no one complains. 

In any event, I certainly don't think that it was in the banks' best interest to engineer a financial crisis.  In addition to the bailouts, we also need greater regulations when it comes to the markets.  Enough of this unchecked stealing by Republicans and their corporate masters.
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« Reply #12 on: September 21, 2008, 02:01:47 am »

Boreas speaks wisely, you would do well to listen to him, Volitzer.  Scandinavian countries, by the way, are socialist countries.  They do things far more efficiently than we do here, and no one complains. 

In any event, I certainly don't think that it was in the banks' best interest to engineer a financial crisis.  In addition to the bailouts, we also need greater regulations when it comes to the markets.  Enough of this unchecked stealing by Republicans and their corporate masters.

Everything that is happening now is in IMF and World Bank documents and was planned out long ago.

Collapse the economy so the Federal-Reserve gets even more consolidated control, the Federal-Reserve is owned by 12 European Banking Families.

The turnover of the issuance of currency to them in 1913 was un-Constitutional.

Only the government can coin money, so basically the outsourcing of money production to the Rothchilds and Warburgs itself was illegal.

Go read the Constitution sometime.

Every time a leader of a socialist country needs a medical procedure or needs natural disaster relief who do they come to the good ole USA.

If socialist nations were left to their own vices their lack of advancement would be their undoing.  Darwinism would supercede the socialist norm.

All socialism is is just a way to keep the poor from achieving middle-class status.
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« Reply #13 on: September 21, 2008, 02:42:17 am »

I agree with Rebecca.  From what I've heard, the Scandinavian countries have a great health care system.  America could learn from them.  And the Canadians pay only 2/3 of what Americans pay for drugs overall.  Why?

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« Reply #14 on: September 22, 2008, 01:17:43 pm »

You realize how many Canadians come here to America to see American doctors because they don't want to die waiting on their socialist health care system ??
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