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  • insect_insight insect_insight Jan 9, 2013 8:08 PM Flag

    Major Correction to previous post:

     

    One thing about me is this, ladies....when I make a REAL error, I always admit it.

    In my previous post, I was under the very MISTAKEN impression that Obama nominee to the Treasury has NO direct ties to Wall Street:

    in fact, a friend just apprised me that this Jack Lew joker is potentially even MORE CORRUPT than Geithner, if that is even conceivable.

    Here is a segment from Lew's WIKI bio:
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    In June 2006, Lew was named chief operating officer of Citigroup's Alternative Investments unit, a proprietary trading group. The unit he oversaw invested in a hedge fund "that bet on the housing market to collapse."[21]
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    So NOT only is this Lew a slimeball far far far worse than Geithner, acting as one of the weasels who pumped housing derivatives even as they DUMPED them behind clients backs, but he worked for Citisluts, one of the most nefarious investment banks in the world, who paid Robbing Rubin, the former corrupt Treasury Sec who controlled the Clinton admin, approx 25 million per annum, as his payoff for acting as an obedient wall street shill during the Clinton years, acting to facilitate the preposterous tech superbubble without any regulatory oversight or sanctions.

    Bottom line: as much as SMARTER SHORTS would LOVE LOVE LOVE to target the MEGA-BUBBLE FINANCIALS, it is not a pragmatic short play until the Treasury Sec removes ALL obedient shills acting on behalf of wall street slimesters....and it only proves just how genuinely CORRUPT Obama happens to be.

    Ladies, there is only one political party in America today....the PARTY of WALL STREET, that controls both Repbus and Dems, and don't kid yourselves otherwise.

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