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The next (person of interest) Stewart needs to get on his show as a timely follow-up to the Cramer indictment is that lovely piece of work Mary Shapiro who is Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Buyer Beware!! I Prefer To keep My Assets In Real Money..And That Is Where We have Lost Sight Here..It's All About Identifying What Is Real And What is Fake..No? Buy Low Sell High...I reference This To Real Estate..Buy It And Sublet For Income..You Own It Free And Clear, less The property Tax of Course And The Income Buys You More Gold And Silver..Simple..No?
Everything Else is A Crap Shoot....
More regulations and government control on shows like Cramer???
AGAIN it comes down to personal responsibility in investing as well as all other aspects of life.
Cramer probably is a snake oil salesman and scumbag but so are most automobile dealers.
It's buyer beware and don't be a sucker.
That is our job--not the government's job, unless you don't like freedom too much.
Like Dr. Paul says...in a FREE society people are FREE to make stupid decisons as long as they don't trample on anyone else's rights.
"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
That's who Jon Stewart should interview next.
Only the acceptance of the truth can defeat systemic evil.
Let's say you're an CNBC executive. You know your networks gunna catch bloody hell for Cramer's show, not to mention all the other journalist-salesmen, when the perpetual rally and bottom-calling is made manifestly false.
What to do?
What did corrupt Illinois do to gov. Blagoyavich?
Crucify! Crucify! Crucify!
And wash in the blood of the scapegoat.
TVNewser reports that “MSNBC producers were asked not to incorporate the Jim Cramer/Jon Stewart interview into their shows today.” By TVNewser’s count, Cramer’s Daily Show interview was only mentioned once on MSNBC today and that was during the White House press conference when a reporter asked for Obama’s reaction. TVNewser explains further:
cramer_stewart.jpgGibbs wasn’t sure if the president had, but Gibbs did. “I enjoyed it thoroughly,” the Press Secretary said.
On Cramer’s network, CNBC, the subject has only come up twice today, including when master marketer/CNBC personality Donny Deutsch brought it up briefly around 1pm on “Power Lunch.” “I’m a huge Jon Stewart fan,” said Deutsch, “He does what he does he does his job. But I’m also a huge Jim Cramer fan.” […]
Cramer appeared on his regular “Stop Trading” segment during “Street Signs.” But the Daily Show did not come up.
Cramer's "downfall" could be the first cracks in the mainstream media. Yet, I doubt it, because this was merely a spat, and that can't explain our predicament to any satisfactory degree.
Jon Leibowitz, I mean, Jon Stewart, acted completely bourgeois, as his criticism seemed to have been blurred by personal fortunes' loss, and surely, that is major; but Stewart, and the media in general, need to expand the debate to include the Federal Reserve if they want to understand the booms and busts. Otherwise the citizens of America are being deprived of vital information of national consequence in their main source of news, the MSM.
Even on the "fake news" nothing is mentioned of the Federal Reserve, let alone in the MSM. The Federal Reserve precipitated this whole disaster, and they are currently digging a bigger hole for us, now! Yet, not a whisper of its private ownership. Nothing of its shadowy activities.
Suffice it to say, the MSM is composed of the CFR, and as corporations are part and parcel of the Federal Reserve system.
#$#We need to build political strength and political will&*&
We need to build political strength and political will.
If you can, go to Jon's site and recommend Peter Schiff:
I know Peter's people have contacted them with no result, but maybe we can make a difference if we all post something.
I'm a big fan of the Daily Show, but I was disappointed with Jon Stewart in this interview. It seemed like he was looking for a scapegoat for this economic mess and he settled on Jim Cramer because that's who was willing to come on his show and answer for it. I felt sorry for Cramer because despite his mistakes and deviousness, he's one of the least important people to be in the hotseat. Why is the Daily Show not directing their anger at the Fed, Greenspan, Bernanke, and the SEC instead of some C-list television host on a cable channel?
What really pissed me off was that Stewart was complaining about CNBC not doing enough to warn the public and prevent the crisis. Why is it CNBC's responsibility to act as a financial watchdog? CNBC is a privately owned channel and they have a responsibility to nobody except their shareholders. They can air whatever they want. I don't agree with what they air, which is why I don't watch or care about that channel, but I respect their right to sell hype if they so please. Just because they sell financial-themed news and commentary doesn't mean they are a regulatory agency and are obligated to make sure everyone is telling the truth. That's the SEC's job, and if Jon Stewart is so upset about the lack accurate financial reporting, then perhaps he stop picking on Cramer and start directing his rants towards the SEC for doing a piss poor job over the last decade.
Have you ever heard of the main stream media, oh yeah you must after all you are here at DP. CNBC (Consumer News and Business Channel) is owned by GE. You don't watch or care about that channel. Then to me, you don't have the slightest idea what this whole financial crisis that we find ourselves in is all about. You don't know even a tenth of it, and you are sorry for poor(millionaire) Cramer!
I have been watching that channel for fifteen years, and they have been lying and covering for Wall Street for the whole time. They have had every high level CEO/Govt. Bureaucrats that have been the cause of this financial mess on the air and have been cheer leading these criminals right past your door.
CNBC is the face of Corporate America and they have aided and abetted the Wall Street criminals and their shenanigans for the whole time, and Cramer is their, in your face, whacked out criminal slimebag. They have access to the SEC, the CFTC, and all the other Regulators and have had them on their shows many times during this whole mess and have played lapdog for these assholes over and over.
They never ask the hard question to these people when they have them on their shows and they always let these same criminal pieces of shit lie right to our faces on the tube. Maybe you didn't understand, Cramer was a hedge fund manager who would front run rumors about companies and naked short their stocks and all kinds of illegal b.s.
You ever hear of Fascism? Thats where Corporations and Government work hand in hand and run the show. Corporate USA, and they are the Hollywood face of it. By the way they won't even let Ron Paul appear on the show, because they can't deal with the truth. The truth to them is like sunlight to a vampire. I could go on and on but it almost makes me sick just talking about it.
One more thing, the $USD is on its last leg because of the rot at the top of the government of what was once a great country. That government has been taken over by Wall Street that is infested with greed an deceit and they don't give a shit about you or me, at least Jon Stewart had enough courage and concern for everyday hardworking people to help expose these people for what they are, Hollywood/Wall Street shills.
The gamey, gaming predatory players is what the game is about, and we are their game.
There are those that are captured ... and those that do the capturing.
--- 'Law Of The Jungle'
Don't let the sniveling and whimpering fool you. Cramer is more than just aware and more than just a tool.
We should be too.
Thank you Jon Stewart for doing what you can.
That's how I felt.
Don't hate the player, hate the game!
there is no game
www.thedailyshow.com has the complete, unedited interview on the front page of their website. I recommend it because there was a lot of stuff cut off out of the broadcast version.
Someone should take the videos down and add this link!
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I'd say he was really nervous, but he was probably just natural. But I think he is done. I think that did him done.
He is an entertainer. Most of the CNBC shows are like his (minus the crazy or at least the outward craziness). This fool (Cramer) knows how the game is played, explains it well and then is stupid enough to believe the CEOs who are running the game. The MSM, CNBC included, does not deserve to stand in the shadow of REAL journalists who struggle to uncover the truth in the sea of lies. BTW...will we see a change? NO, as I sit and listen to the unknowing call into his fool show as he continues to do slap stick comedy (poorly).
Now that Cramer admitted CNBC ignorance, will they change their news report or will they continue with their hypocrite?
eviscerate, macerate, and incinerate. Cramer is done after this. His credibility, if he ever had any, is spent. Jon Stewart put a knife in and kept twisting. I have seen few interviews so acerbic as this. Stewart made him look like a fool and half. I don't believe that Cramer can recover.
Here's my conspiricy theory. Someone told Santelli not to come on and that they would send in more of a bulldog. Someone like Cramer.
As to whether or not a person is a fan of Stewart is irrelivant. I don't think there is anyone here who didn't want to see this go down like that.
The only capital is the time of use of the human machine.
Everyone. YOUR TIME IS THE MOST VALUABLE RESOURCE IN THE UNIVERSE! The human machine can do things nothing in the entire universe can do with the exception of other human machines. What the in hell do people not get? It is like everyone has been convinced that stacks of atoms are more valuable than the human spirit.
Here is the racket, it is very simple. The folks who govern the "system", folks you will never see on TV, realize the above fact. They have some arbitrary number assigned to human labor as it is REALLY valued, let us say for the sake of argument it is 1 million dollars an hour. Then they setup bullshit companies and jobs to keep people doing general stuff and pay them a pittance of that value and they keep the rest.
Then, for example, to buy a can of corn, which took little or no real human time to produce, you pay one dollar. Given you make ten dollars an hour that is 1/10th of an hour of your real time for something that effectively took no real human time to produce when divided among the millions of cans of corn produced through better and better technology AND compared to the REAL human labor value scale WHICH IS NOT KNOWN and exorbitantly more than what is published through bullshit salaries!. It is not that complicated. It is called slavery! It was never outlawed, they just changed the name of it to EMPLOYEE, TAX PAYER etc.
Does the entire system have to crash and burn? Not necessarily, there only needs to be ethical visibility and expectations which will produce real balance and even a fiat system will work. It is coming though, no worries...
Good interview overall, but they still did not address the fact that MONEY IS NOT REAL!
In the 1860s they freed the slaves.... 50 years later they enslaved us all.
Jon Stewart IS funny but he is an ID---T...Typical drag down the other to build yourself up type ...NOT a good "stock" person..
I found the interview to be both intelligent and factual. We need more of the media to bring to light the greed and corruption happening on Wallstreet, in big banks, in Congress, the Fed, Lobbyists and our President's administration.
Maybe Jon Stewart could do a better job of running this country. Just ask all the American people how their 401k's are working for them and who seems more sensible, CNBC or Jon Stewart. Jon has my vote any day of the week.
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