Remember when the world's biggest hypocrite was pronouncing harsh moral and ethical judgement on TD Bank while hyping and calling the bottom on Citi on a nearly daily basis? While all this was going on, Citi was engaging in mass mortgage fraud. They have admitted as much in court, and agreed to a seven BILLION dollar settlement. Of course for a politically connected entity like Citi all is not as it seems. Citi was also one of the biggest recipients of the financial bailout. No one at Citi was ever prosecuted for their financial crimes. And what about Citi's mouthpiece on Yahoo Message Boards? Well if he followed his own advice and loaded up on every down tick, he probably lost what money he had not lost in the 200-2003 market meltdown. He did a lot of pumping of a falling knife though in an obvious attempt to pull in low information investors. The question is, what did Dum Dum know and when did he know it? I guess that's where the case against Bitty Bit fell apart. As any longtime Yahoo Financial Message Board knows, that boy don't know @$%^!
front and center for israel. kill all of those palestinian terrorists. where do i send my support for israel? bring back the bullets for palestinians punch card
Gotta give credit where credit is due. That would seem to be an impossible task, but our little man just keeps setting the bar lower and lower. I bet he's really good at limbo.
Bitty Bump again.
Still love it. Absolutely hilarious!
Written with chutpath, the Presberians should give you a fee lunch, or at the very least, fiften dollars and hour for being a no it all. Their are a lot of stupid people out their. You can see them when you drive buy (convists, draq queens). It's do to the holacaust.
but BittyBits posts are just getting dumber and dumber, day after day.......
His new alias "todayiwilldo" is fitting, in that it's short for: "Today I will do my best to be dumber than I was yesterday.".
Congrats, Kenny.......you've succeeded.
There is nothing I enjoy more than drinking Starbucks and brandy while Yellin at Janet on the TV. YOU CRAZY BROAD, I SWEAR IF YOU STOP BUYING THOSE BONDS I'LL GIVE UP COFFEE FOREVER!
Absolutely - there is a direct connection between coffee drinking and fed bond buying. Very clever of you to have worked that out.
In an unusually harsh major foreign policy address, Philip Gordon, a special assistant to US President Barack Obama and the White House coordinator for the Middle East, appealed to Israeli and Palestinian leaders to make the compromises needed to reach a permanent peace agreement. Jerusalem “should not take for granted the opportunity to negotiate” such a treaty with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who has proven to be a reliable partner, Gordon said.
According to diplomatic correspondent for the left-wing Haaretz newspaper, Barak Ravid, Gordon appeared to anticipate a potential negative response to the speech considering the timing:
Even as Hamas and Islamic Jihad rockets flew farther north into Israel than ever before, Gordon told participants at Haaretz newspaper’s Israel Conference on Peace that Obama’s position is that an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement should be based on 1967 borders with mutually agreed land swaps.
Philip Gordon, National Security Council coordinator for the Middle East, arrives at the State Department in Washington, Monday, July 29, 2013. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
Israeli government officials maintain that 1967 borders – described by some right-wing officials as “Auschwitz borders” – would leave Israel more vulnerable than ever to rocket attacks from the West Bank, including the potential targeting of Ben-Gurion International Airport outside Tel Aviv.
According to Haaretz’s Ravid, Gordon echoed the threat previously articulated by both Secretary of State John Kerry and Obama, that Israel will be more isolated if it does not conclude a peace agreement with the Palestinians: