Sunday, June 5, 2011

Our System Gets More Unbelievable By The Week

Someone explain this one to me:  The comatose Attorney General, Eric Holder - yes, the guy who drafted the tax-dodging Marc Rich pardon papers for Clinton to sign as he was walking out of the Oval Office for the last time, has decided that it's okay to look the other way while Wall Street rips off our country and Taxpayers for $100's of billions, but John Edwards needs to be prosecuted and completely humiliated on the front pages of every newspaper for misappropriating a little campaign money.  I don't get it.  Aren't Holder and Edwards supposed to be Democrat brothers from different mothers?  I feel like this White House and Administration are from a different planet than the one that elected it into power.  Any questions on who is running the country?  (hint:  bankers)

Quite frankly, I would like to have all of the records on Eric Holder opened up and published in every newspaper.  Let's see what that political zombie's background looks like...


  1. Off subject here, but...

    Once was a "U2" devotee. Music was beyond good; transcending and ethereal. But now, I can't stomach them...well...him. Not that I won't listen to their music now, but I just can't; it doesn't work for me anymore. It's been tainted and leaves a residue. "Name and Form". "He's" been possessed by the other side, imho. He's morphed into that collective which entraps by fueling the Ego on raw, inorganic selfishness and greed.

    Maybe this isn't off subject after all?

  2. Selective law enforcement is a huge peeve of mine.

  3. Re: Bono: he made a fortune off of the sale of Skype. Bet he avoids taxes on that windfall too...


  4. Its all a distraction for the Sheeple Dave. Americans love a good distraction as do the politicians its helps keep their minds off of their dwindling 401K's. The only crime here is the born and bred dopes keep voting the same crop of criminals back in office and the one we hiring to police the criminals are in fact the criminals themselves. Nothing too see here, move along.


    For those of you who did not watch yesterday’s monetary policy hearing in the house of representatives, you most likely missed this bombshell exchange between Federal Reserve lawyer Scott Alvarez and committee chairman Dr. Ron Paul. My jaw literally dropped when I heard the Fed’s general counsel declare that the Federal Reserve owns no gold. After 1934, Alvarez explains that the Fed handed its gold over to the Treasury in exchange for gold certificates. When pressed further, Alvarez noted that the gold certificates do not represent any interest whatsoever in the gold itself. He explained the gold certificate listings on the Fed balance sheet, not as a claim to gold, but at most a claim to dollars from the Treasury. See the quotes here (and watch the videos at the bottom of the post):