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Matt Taibbi and Sam Seder Skewer JP Morgan’s Dimon & CNBC’s Bubblehead Maria Bartiromo


http://youtu.be/EuXf9GmQln4

http://youtu.be/EuXf9GmQln4

This is very amusing but indicative of the mainstream media's take on JP Morgan Chase's CEO Jamie Dimon.

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"WHOOAAH....WEHELL.."

at the New York Times. LOL

This wasn't even funny.

like - a guh a ga-gahagugh?

9-11 was a panda job.

awesome

so glad you posted this,,,, I wanted to but--- time slips away

I hate this sam seder guy,,, as he seems to hate ron paul and is a slimy little twirp

but in this case,,,, oh they are so spot on

but he doesn't deserve a ton of credit,,,, for it is so damn obvious how in the tank for jpm she is,,,, she should shower after whoring herself out that bad

also---- seen big headlines this week,,,, dimon steps down,,,,,, people are rejoicing----but it only from one of two positions he holds as a chairman and as ceo

yes I like comma's and dashes as i'm lazy

JP Morgans $11 Billion dollar fine, means nothing!

JPMorgan earns a respectable $10 billion per quarter in interest income alone from money that they borrow from the FED for near to nothing?! So now a SEC $11 Billion dollar fine means nothing! If I made this up no one would believe me. Yes, Truth is stranger than Fiction, again!

Mark E. Schmidter

That was great ...

... thanks for posting.

And what a great format, too: take an interview clip and break it down to show the absurdity of the propagandists.

Too fat to flail.

:)

9-11 was a panda job.

JP Morgan's Heavy Fines

...are merely the way in which they divvy up their ill gotten gains with their partner, the federal government.

What is the social function of JPM?

I've never seen or heard this show before, but the host is acting like JPM should be an organization run in the public interest. I guess you could think that way since all the taxpayers are forced by our government to support JPM. The point is that JPM should not be supported by taxpayers, and should not be allowed to commit fraud without penalty.

They did a good job showing how CNBC is in the tank with the banks and spewing propaganda, but they miss the main problem. There is no such thing as too big to fail. There is no reason for tax money to be used to support these big banks, and there is no reason why these banks should be given a license to commit crimes.

We all want progress, but if you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.

-C. S. Lewis

That's a really good comment

That's a really good comment worth speaking about. I don't agree with him neither regarding the responsibilities that JPM has in the public interest (apart from following the letter of the law, which obviously they don't). The commentator is coming at this from a different political conviction. He is talking about the implied social contract that banks have with the public because they have been given license to create currency and so they should act in the public interest. A lot of people buy into this thought (not me). You are correct in your assessment though in that it encourages government (I mean the taxpayer) to buy in to cover their gambling debts. That is folly and that is why socializing losses in the banking system ultimately fails as there is no incentive for them to be profitable on their own two feet. The U.S. is not immune to this socialist idea. This is the very thought that needs to be corrected and that people need to be educated on.

This was so interesting to watch

the most stunning thing about it is just how removed from what's right, things have become. It wasn't all that long ago that something so damning would be met with obvious and well deserved outrage and now it's met with laughter and an 'it's wrong but that's just the way it is' mentality. I get the humor in the absurdity but I am amazed by the acceptance. We are so screwed.

These are two of my favorite

These are two of my favorite lefists, but I just wish they would come out in support of ending the Fed.

These are two of my favorite

These are two of my favorite lefists, but I just wish they would come out in support of ending the Fed.

In the future, this type of

In the future, this type of video will be illegal to make if TPP gets passed. I hope everyone takes this hideous danger seriously....

http://www.dailypaul.com/301598/ted-cruz-needs-credit-for-ke...

bankers make budgets and budgets make business

and business makes money and money makes power and power makes media that makes room for more power, more money, more business, and more budgets.

the only way to control competition in money is to raise money like a curtain above the heads of competitors until they drown in inflationary/Regulatory obligations and with government security in their bonds and money rackets they can hire a bookie and ignore the Public Relations to focus on toxic derivative schemes and individual sex pursuits in the worship of volcanos and saturn moons...

weiner should sit them all down and explain to them if they keep yanking at the teet we will all get a solid rub burn

Whether you think you can or you can't, you're right. -Henry Ford

Was that CNBC clip created to

Was that CNBC clip created to be in the new Ron Burgundy movie? It was hilarious!

lol! Thanks for the laugh at

lol! Thanks for the laugh at the expense of CNBC and Maria Bartiromo.