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« on: March 13, 2011, 10:31:09 AM »

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Tim Geithner is Barack Obama AKA Barry Soetoro’s hit man for the Treasury Department. He was on the hill on March 9th, 2011 trying to sell the House of Representatives Appropriations Subcommittee a budget increase of $1.24 billion to $3.36 billion for international programs he wants to continue to oversee.

He is trying to convince the committee that we must grease the international banksters in order to keep our “clout” or countries such as China or India might fill the gap. Below is a quote as to where this man is coming from:

“Other countries like China are ready to fill any vacuum left by a receding America and we have to take a very careful look when we’re going to cut back things like this to make sure we’re not undermining our core interests.”

Our core interests? You mean your core interests right Tim Geithner? Have you asked the common American voter how he feels about these core interests of yours? What have these countries ever done to help America except letting American business into their countries undermining the American people’s way of life? Or are you trying to hide this like you tried to hide your tax irregularities while testifying in 2008, trying to get yourself a cushy well paying gig at the White House.

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“At the World Bank, failure to finance the capital increase would lead to the loss of U.S. power to veto changes to the World Bank’s government agreement,” he said. “At the Asian Development Bank, if the U.S. does not support this capital increase, we will fall behind countries like China and India.”

I think we've all ready fallen behind.  How does America keep up when we're burdened by increasing generational debt?  High inflation?  Declining dollar?

It's almost like Barack Obama and his crowd don't want Americans to succeed.  For some reason, taxes, healthcare, energy costs are all going through the roof. 

For some reason, our main source of energy, fossil fuels, are being forced into a decline, and energy from foreign sources are unreliable (oil/solar), expensive (oil/solar), or ineffective (solar), yet the path of failure is the one Obama follows.

Anyone think a national Obama energy policy will be good for Main Street?  GE? 

Why shouldn't states be allowed to create a security blanket for their citizens?  Does Barack Obama care that government excludes large portions of the population from success?  Institutionalizes racism?  See's that civil rights only apply to Jesse Jackson's people?

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This is what this Globalists’ BS is all about, trying to appease the rest of the world while ignoring the most important factor in the equation, us. These clowns in Washington have gotten everything backwards in trying to keep the peace with the international banksters. We the people of the United States mean nothing to these traitors anymore. This article from Reiters tells the whole story.

read more here - http://fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/99ers-this-is-the-garbage-your-dealing-with-tim-geithner-%E2%80%9Cunited-states-might-lose-clout-if-it-failed-to-be-generous%E2%80%9D/2793

Who looks out for Main Street?  Main Street seems to mean nothing to Washington.

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« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2011, 10:44:47 AM »

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Geithner says lending cuts could hurt U.S. influence

(Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner urged lawmakers on Wednesday to approve capital increases for global lending institutions and warned that failure to do so could harm U.S. influence abroad.

I think the U.S. is the laughing stock of planet earth.  A has been, a nation in continual decline...

There are people who build great nations, and others who destroy them.  We do not have a builder in the White House.  There hasn't been a builder in residence decades.  No great Americans who want a better day for our children or grandchildren.  The past and future is filled with transfer payments to a heathcare industry, financial industry, and special interests. 

How is it possible that anyone spends $30,000 on health insurance for a year?  Where exactly does that money go?  Cancer cured?  People still dying? 

Oops!  I forgot.  Profit.  In Wisconsin the taxpayers spend $30,000 for a policy the private sector could provide for $18,000.  $30,000 goes to the teachers union insurance program.  Where does the $12,000 go?  Profit?  Why didn't Obama take this 'insurance' program to task for failing to return 80% of premiums in benefits?  70%?  Where did the money go?  Donations to Democrats?

All that stimulus?  Where'd that money go?  Poverty eliminated?

No, more cancer than every, poverty, welfare, and drug abuse seem to be increase at a record pace.

Maybe folks should keep their money and take care of the needy in their communities?

All that money, debt, seems to go to the greedy.  The needy and future generations are left with the bill.

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"America needs the (Multilateral Development Banks) to nurture the next group of emerging markets for our exports, to foster peace in countries facing conflict or on the brink of collapse, and to advance our shared values in the world," he said.

America is broke.  What exact exports?  Financial products?

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Countries such as Tunisia and Egypt are considered middle-income nations so they would not quality for debt cancellation under existing international debt relief schemes overseen by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.

What happened to the billions we've already shelled out?  More money for the next corrupt government?

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