Toxic Ass Holes

~Your toxic assholes in government going around
creating more toxic ass holes

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Mark de LA says
& here's one of the toxic asses who's doing it

Seth says
And her's one that's actually funny ... thanks thisweek.com.



Seth says
MR 2009-03-30 11:25:05 11717
seth 2009-03-30 10:52:27 11717
MR 2009-03-30 10:42:40 11717
WOW! neither funny nor true (doesn't edit well either) - mostly I choose cartoons that illustrate my point in fewer words! Your cartoon would more accurate if you made Congress/President the terminator & the US Financial system the thing being terminated. Then Congress/President could say something like "Hey, you want some more of this(regulation)?".

Well for those of us who feel that the financial industry (read big banks and bank like entities) has let us down and caused this recession/depression then it is funny.  Of course if you sympathize with those entities and think that they are just super and what capitalism is all about, then i can understand that you would not find it funny.  But your twist on the national debt hole did give me a chuckle.
I don't sympathize with the greed & corruption whether it is in the financial institutions or the government!  So far nobody (on your side) has acknowledged the government & Congress' role in the financial collapse. Blame Wall St. has been your side's mantra.
Well i can certainly acknowledge that Congress and the government had a role in the collapse.  All of the blame should not fall upon the greed and corruption of the financial institutions.   But who expected that Congress's call to make more loans would have excited  bankers to become irresponsible? And who knew that the Republican call to lessen regulation on capitalism, a laudable goal on its face, would just end up encouraging the worst basic instincts of bankers to make money.  Yep, there is plenty blame to go around.  Hence my cartoon puts your cartoon in perspective.

Mark de LA says
seth 2009-03-30 10:52:27 11717
MR 2009-03-30 10:42:40 11717
WOW! neither funny nor true (doesn't edit well either) - mostly I choose cartoons that illustrate my point in fewer words! Your cartoon would more accurate if you made Congress/President the terminator & the US Financial system the thing being terminated. Then Congress/President could say something like "Hey, you want some more of this(regulation)?".

Well for those of us who feel that the financial industry (read big banks and bank like entities) has let us down and caused this recession/depression then it is funny.  Of course if you sympathize with those entities and think that they are just super and what capitalism is all about, then i can understand that you would not find it funny.  But your twist on the national debt hole did give me a chuckle.
I don't sympathize with the greed & corruption whether it is in the financial institutions or the government!  So far nobody (on your side) has acknowledged the government & Congress' role in the financial collapse. Blame Wall St. has been your side's mantra.

Mark de LA says
MR 2009-03-30 12:07:30 11717
Most of your last premises I do not accept, but it is a good start.
BTW, Freddy Mac & Fannie Mae provided the first hits of smack to drive the real estate bubble. Bankers would not normally loan to people of high risk. F&F & AIG said "here's the smack (insurance & underwriting) don't worry about a thing & if felt so good that they kept it up & so began the downward spiral.  There still needs to be a special counsel appointed to investigate their role in the whole collapse.


Mark de LA says
Here is a place to start - presumably Sen. Dodd & AIG were cozy. Have you noticed how many politicians use the that's old news argument to brush scandals & embarrassments under the carpet?

Mark de LA says
source: ... The U.S. government and the Federal Reserve have spent, lent or committed $12.8 trillion, an amount that approaches the value of everything produced in the country last year, to stem the longest recession since the 1930s.

New pledges from the Fed, the Treasury Department and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. include $1 trillion for the Public-Private Investment Program, designed to help investors buy distressed loans and other assets from U.S. banks. The money works out to $42,105 for every man, woman and child in the U.S. and 14 times the $899.8 billion of currency in circulation. The nation’s gross domestic product was $14.2 trillion in 2008.


...SOMEBODY WAKE THE FUCK UP!


Mark de LA says
The new currency near the end of 2016 or sooner (courtesy of this site):


Mark de LA says
seth 2009-04-05 12:06:42 11717
MR 2009-04-05 09:53:20 11717
Market-to-Market made simple by the NewsWeek.
Prob is that this will just encourage banks to keep troubled assets on their books and might prolong the crisis.  On the other hand it might make things look rosier in the near term. 
Yep, this was just definitional on my part - not advocating.  OTOH, it is a scam to keep depreciated assets on the books at their original value.  If Geithner is going to try to reappreciate them by selling them at low interest to the private sector then he may be participating in yet another scam. I recently found the part in RS where he seems to suggest that associating land to capital is not good. We may be ahead of the game a 100 years or so by what is happening to the real estate bubble. I will publish the ideas when I get it digested.


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