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McCain has complete confidence in Bernanke...

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23673053

McCain said through his economic adviser Doug Holtz-Eakin that he had “complete confidence in Chairman Bernanke and the actions of the Federal Reserve…. John McCain understands the federal government’s responsibility to ensure the stability of the U.S. financial system….”

this is just too easy for Ron Paul to jump all over. we all pretty much feel the same on here that the economy is going down in flames. and once it does make sure all the McCain supporters know that their candidate had complete confidence in the guy responsible for a large portion of the mess.



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proving that McCain has no

knowledge of economics.

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"the only thing that keeps the banking system from failing is general ignorance about how the banking system works."
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Ummm, ok....

So that makes at least ONE person...

That assumes that one is

That assumes that one is willing to concede that McInsane is, in fact, a person. My guess is that he is really a hampster vampire.

Does this really surprise

Does this really surprise anyone? McInsane's head is so far up the establishment's ass, he could not POSSIBLY say, or believe, anything else! More and more, I think he and little Bush share the same atrophied, diseased, gangrenous half a brain.

The author of this article always has seditious intents.

His statement that Ron Paul is "out of the running" and "out of the mainstream" contradicts Paul's authority and ability to "grill" the Fed chair. Ron Paul is quite efficient at exposing Bernanke's criminal activities.

What made me glad that I already ate before I read this was the conclusion: "..the most consequential decision-makers are unelected officials." This then is disolution of government. Once you expropriate and replace a countries' monetary system you have effectively removed it's essential engine. What is the most frightening is that these decisions are made by a who's who of the most criminally psychotic banksters in modern history: Robert Rubin, Larry Summers, Henry Paulson, Timothy Geithner and Ben Bernanke (Greenspan was not mentioned in the article for those in the know).

Could it be

He just parrots Bush

about everything.