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Old 03-26-2013, 07:54 PM   #1
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Default The bank account raiding won't stop in Cyprus

This isn't good news and for folks like Mickey who thinks we have nothing to worry about, think again. Far too long the left have been demanding we look more like Europe. Obama hit the gas and unfortunately the brakes are failing. This will hit the US unless real action is taken now.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/f...one-chief.html
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Old 03-27-2013, 01:26 AM   #2
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Its a very real concern FM. The solution, is that they can't take what isn't there.
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Old 03-27-2013, 02:52 AM   #3
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I guess something can be said for putting your money under the matress or keeping large amounts of cash in a safety deposit box. The government robs us every April 15th so why stop there. People hiding it in off shore accounts might be in for a rude awakening too since they are putting all their trust that those financial institutions are regulated like here in the states.
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Old 03-27-2013, 03:04 AM   #4
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They have been robbing you these last 4 years by printing the heck out of the dollar.

For those who feel its can happen here, remember, they took the gold in the 30s.
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Old 03-27-2013, 04:29 AM   #5
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Banks, oil, gold, coal etc- im sure plenty of leftists would love to grab it all( raid or put them out of business etc- as they see fit) - so they could create there dreamed of castro, chavaz like socialist utopias.
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2011...-of-existence/

Maxine Waters Wants To Socialize Oil Companies | Judicial Watch




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If they want to build coal plants they can but it will bankrupt them ...




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Feb 22, 2013 – “if they want to build [coal plants], they can, but it will bankrupt them”…Barack Obama. You were warned…. By Obama. From WCSC February ...

Obama: Energy Prices Will Skyrocket Under My Cap and Trade Plan ...




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Meanwhile as the story i put up previouly showed- harry reid & his gold mining buds dont pay a dime for the gold( that belongs to the US citizens) mined on fed lands( unlike the oil, gas, coal companys) maybe harry & friends dont realize who that gold belongs to or who really owns those fed landss ?

Gov matt should maybe just think of the lost moneys- the 10+ million a mth for however long- as our small way to keep bobo & his family will taken care of with lavish vacations & lifestyles etc?.( least ya didnt help him get elected like gov davehmm( and plenty of other ppl)

http://county10.com/2013/03/26/gov-m...eral-revenues/

In his letter, Director Gould indicates that, beginning in March 2013 and continuing through July 2013, over $53 million dollars of mineral revenue payments payable to the State of Wyoming will be withheld under sequestration.

The monthly amount withheld will be $10,616,442.00 with the possibility of more withholding in August and September. Under federal law, Wyoming is guaranteed 50% of the revenues from mineral leasing on federal lands in this state.

Governor Mead has sought advice from the Attorney General’s Office on recourse available to the State of Wyoming for this impending federal action. All options are being considered. “When the State reduced its budget by over 6% it did not achieve its reductions by withholding mineral revenue due under state leases.

That would be taking someone else’s property. Similarly, the Department of Interior should not be able to meet its budget reduction by taking mineral revenues which belong to the states under the law,” Governor Mead said.
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Well that 50% figure above isnt right anymore either is it? It was reduced under " team obama" already( along with fed leases , permitss etc). But come on now you expect the goverment to follow its own laws, contracts, guarantees or promises?
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Old 03-27-2013, 04:54 AM   #6
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Forgot a link i think-



Maxine Waters: 'Gangster' Banks Must Modify Loans Or 'We're ...




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Sep 1, 2011 – Maxine Waters introduced an interesting idea when it comes to banks and loan ... But yet she wants to IMPACT everyone outside her district. This is ..... Its also not the job of the Government to take over the control of the Bank.


Yep tax & regulate those banks out of bussiness to crazy women- cuz they dont want to make loans to ppl who cant afford them & who want to live beyond there means etc ( they sure sound a lot like the ppl running the country( team o bama) ( into the ground)
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Old 03-27-2013, 05:50 AM   #7
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I guess something can be said for putting your money under the matress or keeping large amounts of cash in a safety deposit box. The government robs us every April 15th so why stop there. People hiding it in off shore accounts might be in for a rude awakening too since they are putting all their trust that those financial institutions are regulated like here in the states.
Further then that, perhaps the key is putting your money into some sort of real tangible assett that will have value no matter if the dollar crashes or not....perhaps you should buy a small herd of cows CI....lol (non entirely joking)

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If we want to have a healthy, sound financial sector, the only way is to say, 'Look, there where you take on the risks, you must deal with them, and if you can't deal with them, then you shouldn't have taken them on,'" he said.
I'm not sure exactly what this statement is referencing in FMs posted article.....but, if its suggesting depositing money in a bank account is risky (even though, of course there is always some risk), that's a pretty ballsy statement
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Old 03-27-2013, 10:16 AM   #8
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They have been robbing you these last 4 years by printing the heck out of the dollar.

For those who feel its can happen here, remember, they took the gold in the 30s.
Buuuutttt...... The dollar has been slowly becoming the strongest currency in the world.
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Old 03-27-2013, 10:27 AM   #9
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Buuuutttt...... The dollar has been slowly becoming the strongest currency in the world.
Ok, if you say so.
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Old 03-27-2013, 11:41 AM   #10
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Buuuutttt...... The dollar has been slowly becoming the strongest currency in the world.
you seem to have all the intelligence of "the gimp" from pulp fiction. perhaps you should wear the typing equivalent of that leather mask with a zipper on the mouth.....that is, big bulky mittens.

then you could just post stuff like "asd8gya904trh4u8t-q08aq34iut69ayv-93t4u"....and we'd know you're upset....AND....it would make about as much sense as your normal post.
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