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Political Heretic Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jun-02-09 03:13 PM
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65. Correction: the fiancial crisis is more sufficiently masked and buried than it was in October
So now Wall Street with the dick-sucking support of Washington can go back to reinflating the same failed bubble that brought us here in the first place so that our children can experience its collapse and likely implosion.
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  -Bernstein to Krugman: Suck it! DrToast  Jun-01-09 12:06 PM   #0 
  - Time will tell who is right.  MercutioATC   Jun-01-09 12:07 PM   #1 
  - Me too!  Larkspur   Jun-01-09 12:41 PM   #5 
  - Reminds me of people who frequent casinos  lyonn   Jun-01-09 12:58 PM   #10 
  - he has already backpeddled due to current results  mkultra   Jun-03-09 08:40 PM   #77 
  - Jared Bernstein defines "protecting the taxpayers"...  Eric J in MN   Jun-01-09 12:16 PM   #2 
  - Krugman defined "protecting the taxpayers"...  DrToast   Jun-01-09 12:23 PM   #3 
     - That's not entirely true  Larkspur   Jun-01-09 12:40 PM   #4 
     - Except there isn't a dedicated insurance fund for many of these institutions  DrToast   Jun-01-09 12:43 PM   #6 
        - That's because Summers under the Clinton Admin refused to regulate  Larkspur   Jun-01-09 02:05 PM   #19 
        - Bondholders, as it should be.  girl gone mad   Jun-02-09 01:57 AM   #26 
     - Krugman would be RIGHT...  TankLV   Jun-03-09 04:05 AM   #72 
        - Shh. Don't tell the haters that. n/t  Baikonour   Jun-03-09 08:57 PM   #78 
  - These comments show that Krugman was hitting close to home for the WH  Larkspur   Jun-01-09 12:46 PM   #7 
  - I never doubted that Obama naysayers like Krugman and Limbaugh would be proved wrong.  ClarkUSA   Jun-01-09 12:52 PM   #8 
  - Even Krugman's been forced to admit that things aren't as bad as they could have been.  4lbs   Jun-01-09 12:56 PM   #9 
  - Thanks for the reminder. I guess he had to, or else he'd really have looked like a crank.  ClarkUSA   Jun-01-09 01:20 PM   #15 
     - I have nothing against Krugman  Jennicut   Jun-01-09 01:26 PM   #17 
  - So you think the crisis is over, everything's back to normal..  girl gone mad   Jun-02-09 02:04 AM   #27 
  - Only a madwoman would even suggest such a thing. But their doomsday predictions were for naught.  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 08:36 AM   #38 
     - Uhm  kenfrequed   Jun-02-09 10:18 AM   #44 
        - If you call and speak to a HOPE counselor, you'll find that qualified homeowners have been helped.  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 11:04 AM   #47 
           - Point??  kenfrequed   Jun-02-09 11:37 AM   #55 
              - You're not interested in my point(s) so much as you want to argue ad nauseum.  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 11:51 AM   #57 
  - Stay tuned  depakid   Jun-02-09 03:24 AM   #32 
  - No ones' denying there's difficult times ahead, but their doomsday predictions were obviously wrong.  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 08:38 AM   #39 
     - And that rumbling sound? The smoke?  kenfrequed   Jun-02-09 10:40 AM   #45 
        - My point stands: Krugman and Limbaugh doomsday pronouncements were wrong.  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 11:06 AM   #49 
  - "Proven Wrong" if you're a wall street exec.  Political Heretic   Jun-02-09 07:54 AM   #34 
  - "Proven wrong" for the millions whose jobs have been saved or created by the Recovery Act  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 08:40 AM   #40 
  - Which jobs?  kenfrequed   Jun-02-09 10:45 AM   #46 
  - Good question  brentspeak   Jun-02-09 11:13 AM   #51 
  - Yeah, you love baseless op-ed rhetoric masquerading as fact, don't you? Can't wait for your next OP  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 11:16 AM   #53 
  - I gave you a link, now do the work to answer your own questions. I'll give you a head start (link->)  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 11:14 AM   #52 
     - Logic lessons:  kenfrequed   Jun-02-09 11:58 AM   #59 
        - ...  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 12:22 PM   #60 
           - Feh  kenfrequed   Jun-02-09 12:28 PM   #61 
              - ...  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 12:32 PM   #62 
  - The "Recovery Act" was not what Krugman took issue with. And unemployment is still rising  Political Heretic   Jun-02-09 03:09 PM   #64 
     - He wanted it to be much bigger plan, as I recall.  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 06:13 PM   #66 
  - That does take some art, doesn't it!  TankLV   Jun-03-09 04:07 AM   #73 
     - Your drive-by opinion-based rhetoric is duly noted.  ClarkUSA   Jun-03-09 07:04 AM   #75 
  - uhm huh?  kenfrequed   Jun-02-09 09:49 AM   #43 
     - You're entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts.  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 11:22 AM   #54 
        - So you deny that...  kenfrequed   Jun-02-09 11:44 AM   #56 
           - ...  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 11:57 AM   #58 
              - LOL  paulk   Jun-02-09 06:30 PM   #67 
                 - ...  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 06:40 PM   #68 
                    - unless, of course, your goal is to distract and disrupt  paulk   Jun-02-09 08:12 PM   #69 
                       - Are you a writer of pulp fiction? Dollar-store mystery novels, perhaps?  ClarkUSA   Jun-03-09 07:02 AM   #74 
  - He's right. And Krugman's been backing off his most dire claims recently.  Occam Bandage   Jun-01-09 01:04 PM   #11 
  - And Obama has been telling GM workers going on the unemployment line that they are  Larkspur   Jun-01-09 01:08 PM   #12 
  - Hm, other than the tens of billions of dollars of free money he gave GM to try to keep it afloat?  Occam Bandage   Jun-01-09 01:12 PM   #13 
     - So it's OK for Geithner and Summers to make sure that Goldman Sachs  Larkspur   Jun-01-09 01:18 PM   #14 
        - Goldman Sachs is currently repaying its TARP money. Bad example.  Occam Bandage   Jun-01-09 01:24 PM   #16 
           - Goldman Sachs is only repaying it because they got caught  Larkspur   Jun-01-09 02:00 PM   #18 
              - Neither Geithner nor Summers are former GS employees  ficus1   Jun-02-09 12:42 AM   #24 
                 - mmYou are techincally correct, however Summers was paid substantial amounts of money by GS  Political Heretic   Jun-02-09 07:59 AM   #36 
                 - True, but Robert Rubin, who chaired Sachs for 26 years was mentor  Larkspur   Jun-02-09 12:55 PM   #63 
  - So much for Krugman going on and on about Obama creating a  grantcart   Jun-01-09 02:12 PM   #20 
  - I believe the Treasury Department is backing off on its plans to implement PPIP  Telly Savalas   Jun-01-09 08:06 PM   #22 
     - The financial crisis is not as bad as it was in October.  Zynx   Jun-02-09 12:11 AM   #23 
     - Correction: the fiancial crisis is more sufficiently masked and buried than it was in October  Political Heretic   Jun-02-09 03:13 PM   #65 
     - It's not that confusing...  DrToast   Jun-02-09 02:07 AM   #28 
        - Your statement is completely inaccurate.  girl gone mad   Jun-02-09 02:41 AM   #29 
           - Read the articles this "report" is based on  DrToast   Jun-02-09 02:55 AM   #30 
  - I think so much cynicism was built up in the last 8 years when we meet a guy of good intent it's >  cooolandrew   Jun-01-09 02:24 PM   #21 
  - "We're just in the midst of a chess game played to perfection."  ShortnFiery   Jun-02-09 01:13 AM   #25 
  - The term for what the administration's doing is called "muddling through"  depakid   Jun-02-09 03:21 AM   #31 
  - "the outcomes have actually be pretty favorable" - what a laugh.  Political Heretic   Jun-02-09 07:53 AM   #33 
  - You have summed it up. The key issue is the lack of jobs. The fat cats stay fat. Middle America  chimpymustgo   Jun-02-09 08:40 AM   #41 
  - it's kind of early to make that judgment  paulk   Jun-02-09 07:57 AM   #35 
  - Krugman saw this crisis as an opportunity.. for change; Obama chose to support the status quo  Political Heretic   Jun-02-09 08:00 AM   #37 
     - Nothing is impossible for those who do not have to do it.  ClarkUSA   Jun-02-09 08:59 AM   #42 
        - Deleted sub-thread  Name removed   Jun-02-09 11:06 AM   #48 
  - I am a huge Jared Bernstein fan - but - I also am one of Krugman...  jillan   Jun-02-09 11:07 AM   #50 
  - Krugman was right on target. Obama's pro-Wall Street policies have been a disaster.  w4rma   Jun-03-09 02:02 AM   #70 
  - I'd trust a NOBEL LAUREAT with a PROVEN TRACK RECORD  TankLV   Jun-03-09 04:04 AM   #71 
     - Trust him with what? Do you think a Nobel Prize confers infallibility?  ClarkUSA   Jun-03-09 07:09 AM   #76 

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