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Federal National Mortgage Association Message Board

  • aroadrock aroadrock Sep 12, 2013 5:42 PM Flag

    Hensarling distances himself from his own bill

    you might notice that the sponsor of HR 2767 is no longer hensarling (the tyrant), it is now sponsered by GARRETT...kind of telling that hensarling would want to remove his own name as a sponsor of the PATH
    Act....he is still a co-sponsor though

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    • Well, more likely a prod by Heist-er-ling to Wall Street Investment Bankers who he knows are about to corner the Wealth of America for their own ends. A prod to up the anti significantly as a payoff for delivering American Finance exclusively into the hands of those whom have been plotting since the Great Depression in 1929 to Control Ask Wealth with All Power over All People...Perhaps Heist-er-ling is looking for a Fiefdome for his own? Little City slicker Jeb  a feudal lord in a web of Croniy sycophants groveling to the Cartel Kings of theft rape and pillage. Men with power to take and impose anything at will upon anyone. Anyone but other Kings. They will have to fight each other for that pleasure until they make kings bow or are themselves forced to Bow their necks.

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      • The sport of Psychopaths who are willing to go all the way, even willing to destroy all of humanity for unlimited power. Most of the politicians will be dumped in the dumpster once they have what they need. Look around the world at third works countries, the world and the ruins of history are full of examples of Power struggles. Imperial Lloyd Blankfein. Little Caesar on the Pizza Box.

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