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Registered Aug 19, 2010
I contribute to Seeking Alpha and the Business Insider Blog.
bgamall4's most recent comments:
- On 19 May 2013
Vitamin B12 deficiency:Tracking the genetic causes,
Wow, and to think the only reason I came across this was because my daughter has candida and is not functioning well at all. She was told she was deficient in B12 and apparently that causes candida to grow, which was the big revelation to us.
- On 18 May 2013
U.S Economic Growth, Dropping QE3 - YouTube,
lostand confused says
In the current climate, mortgage debt isn't bad either.
If you can get a mortgage. In Las Vegas a realtor told me mortgage folks don't stand a chance.
- On 18 May 2013
The Nation Should Not Care About Tea Party Targeting by the IRS,
But you should embrace the (original) tea-partiers a bit more, as quite a lot of the originators came from Ron Paul's anti-war movement before they meshed with the rest and sold out to big money and politics - there are decent politicians on both sides, just not that many ;)
Well, I am anti war and I support their position on that. But libertarians who went Tea Party actually oppose regulations on almost religious grounds. They believe that the TBTF banks should not be regulated and that they should not be bailed out.
While this sounds good on the surface, there are a couple of problems.
First, if they are not regulated they won't do the right thing by America. The speculation in commodities and manipulation of markets is dreadful.
Second, TBTF banks likely cannot be permitted to implode because the government will rob accounts to make them solvent, just like in Cyprus. If you have a doubt about that Bernanke was asked if the Fed would do that here. He said it is UNLIKELY. That means he would.
So, the banks will be saved, by either government bailout or the Tea Party people losing a big chunk of their big accounts.
Welcome to the NWO which is a lot like the Old World Order only more brazen.