Skip to comments.Video: Santelli Claims Geithner Is Lying To The American People
Posted on 06/03/2009 12:00:51 PM PDT by careyb
He nails it again.
We know everyone in the O administration is lying thru their teeth about everything.
But the media swearing to those lies is most dangerous.
Santelli is the only one at CNBC there who has any balls!!!
which means, he won’t be there much longer.
Let’s hope he is picked up by Fox Business Channel.
I heard this rant yesterday—he wasn;t buying the pablum his co-hosts were trying to peddle either.
Good for Rick.
"I don't think he has a choice."
That's DEFENSE? That's how you explain WHY the Treasury Secretary is lying?
God I HATE the media in this country now...I used to just not trust them...but this is different...they are full in the bag with Obama/Nero, while he fiddles as America/Rome burns....
I’ve seen this headline, several times to day, and it is just PURE poor journalism. Claiming it is so, means that there is some doubt behind the statement, or it can be questioned. What Santelli is doing is “proclaiming”, because anyone with even rudimentary economics knowledge knows that monetizing the debt is EXACTLY what the government is doing.
There is no claim, they are lying to the american people. They just monetized the debt, printing money to buy your own debt.... duh.... There’s no claim, they are.
Truth to power!
I like Kudlow also-I’m figuring it wont be long until they’re both over at FBN-I’m just hoping they bring Maria Bartiromo with them. FBN needs to work on their line up-I like Dave Ramsey-but he’s weak.
The empty suits term in office will be nothing but lying, cheating, stealing and downing of the country that was stupid enough to buy his BS.
There are, thankfully, still a few honest people in the “news media”.
I mean, the Fed's supposed to put money into circulation on behalf of the Executive Br., just like the constitution says it's supposed to --we don't have a problem with inflation but we do have a problem with not enough lending/borrowing --so why do we got this food fight over buzz-words?
There was an interesting thread yesterday about how the Treasury yield curve is steepening. One of the best explanations for it is that investors aren't fooled.
"Stupid" is his best qualification --that was the excuse he gave to beat that felony tax evasion rap.
We got big problems with this administration, but from what I can see, fiscal policy (bad as it is) has got to be pretty far down the list below stuff like cybercops, climate core, healthcare/manufacturing takeover, demonizing private property, etc.
Like, what good would a sane money policy be if all the money's already fled to London and Hong Kong?
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