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Kucinich Proposes Landmark Reform of Monetary Policy

Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by IcyPatriot, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. IcyPatriot

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    He'll be assassinated before this gains any traction. And don't worry, there is already a ton of articles ready to go to call him a nut job, crazy, and all the other slander needed to discredit him.
     
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    This sounds like the Federal Government would seize funds from banks to fund 'badlt needed infrastructure projects'?

    Wow Just WOW, the totalitarians (ie communist) just want to total own the economy.

    Unemployment would be far lower if it weren't for people like the little nut Kuinich making things worse when the recession started (ie the Stimulus act).

    The left never stops do they.
     
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    I hear what your saying but part of this also is that it wasn't right for those institutions to be bailed out with government money and then they sat on it.

    If the proper measures had been taken an act like this would not be needed. The result of back room dealing and not debating on the floor was all that money went to making the rich - richer.
     
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    OF course the government shouldn't have bailed out these institutions. Of course they shouldn't have held a gun to their head to make subprime loans either, they said they would bail out the banks who made subprime loans (see Freddie and Frannie who are still being bailed out).
     

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