Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Yep, he gets my vote

Who Killed the Economy? So Far, Greenspan's the Popular Choice

If this week's Wall Street meltdown and the general decline of the American economy have a villain, Portfolio.com may have fingered him: In an interactive story first posted in June, the site's readers have overwhelmingly picked former Fed chief Alan Greenspan as the culprit.

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4 thoughts on “Yep, he gets my vote

  • planning4acrash says:

    Greenspan is just a front for the corporate elite. Clearly, the Federal Reserve is owned by Wall Street Firms. It is a private company that does not provide accounts or minutes or anything else to the public or even to Congress. Here’s what happens. Secretive money men meet in private, maybe in a smokey room, maybe on a desert island? Who knows? Then, they wheel out their chosen face. Now its Bernanke. Have you heard Sarah palin talk? She knows nothing about anything. She’s just a media front. These guys don’t run anything!

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  • it_is_going_with_a_bang says:

    I would like to see the execs of these companies do some time. Forget Greenspan. The execs of all these banks let it happen for their own profit and then walk away from it.
    It’s a disgrace.

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  • Nothing more than a geriatric conman who behaved on behalf of and at the behest of big financial bosses.

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