Ron Paul and the Republican ticket

Re: Ron Paul and the Republican ticket

PostBy: franco b On: Thu Aug 30, 2012 1:45 pm

jpete wrote:Printing money out of thin air is manipulation.

If you did it, they charge you with counterfeiting and put you in jail.

Everyone touts Mitt's business experience. His experience tells him to liquidate companies that are too loaded with debt. Is that the plan? Because if it is, I might actually vote for him.

Somehow, I don't think so. Somehow, I think the status quo will be the order of the day.

His string pullers at Goldman Sachs won't allow any other way.

Printing money is just another tax increase, and a lot easier to accomplish. Taxes your money rather than your income, Same thing but sounds different. The money printer gets the benefit right away while the bad things happen down the road and might be somebody else s problem. What more could a politician want?

Mitt might very well at least cut down on areas of government.

We know that Obama is Goldman's puppet, we don't know about Romney yet.
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Re: Ron Paul and the Republican ticket

PostBy: jpete On: Thu Aug 30, 2012 2:10 pm

franco b wrote:We know that Obama is Goldman's puppet, we don't know about Romney yet.


I think we could take a wild stab in the dark.

Mitt Romney (R)
1 Goldman Sachs $676,080
2 JPMorgan Chase & Co $520,299
3 Morgan Stanley $513,647
4 Bank of America $510,728
5 Credit Suisse Group $427,560


http://www.opensecrets.org/pres12/index.php
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Re: Ron Paul and the Republican ticket

PostBy: franco b On: Thu Aug 30, 2012 2:53 pm

jpete wrote:
franco b wrote:We know that Obama is Goldman's puppet, we don't know about Romney yet.


I think we could take a wild stab in the dark.

Mitt Romney (R)
1 Goldman Sachs $676,080
2 JPMorgan Chase & Co $520,299
3 Morgan Stanley $513,647
4 Bank of America $510,728
5 Credit Suisse Group $427,560


http://www.opensecrets.org/pres12/index.php

Looks like a lot of ingratitude toward Obama after all he has done for them. Could it be that Romney's attitude toward business and if he succeeds in revitalizing it the banks will also prosper? Why would banks or any other business not contribute to what they consider their best interest? There is no need to bribe someone who already believes as you do.
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