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brk
2009-02-27 00:24:47 UTC
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CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time

"This is not going as planned"

Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009

CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.

CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.

After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.

Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
had just heard that they immediately cut to a commercial break:

Haines: "This is not going as planned"

Burnett: "No it is not"

Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."

Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you
know what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air
time?"

Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of
the way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."

Watch the video:
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm

The Congressman's speech was powerful and eye opening:

"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."

Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the
first instance).

Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Curly Surmudgeon
2009-02-27 02:07:08 UTC
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CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
--
Regards, Curly
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$8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Arrest Bush
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h***@hotmail.com
2009-02-27 03:51:06 UTC
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Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution.  Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Is this finally an admission that the media is biased?
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CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot
be solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to
the studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you
know what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air
time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of
the way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How
dare he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the
almighty ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the
very same set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin
in the first instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of
CNBC's Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total
lack of understanding of the underlying causes of the financial
crisis, even commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution.  Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Is this finally an admission that the media is biased?
No. Obviously it is a question, cockroach.
--
Regards, Curly
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$8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Arrest Bush
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h***@hotmail.com
2009-02-28 23:32:46 UTC
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Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot
be solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to
the studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you
know what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air
time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of
the way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How
dare he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the
almighty ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the
very same set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin
in the first instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of
CNBC's Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total
lack of understanding of the underlying causes of the financial
crisis, even commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution.  Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Is this finally an admission that the media is biased?
No.  Obviously it is a question, cockroach.
--
Regards, Curly
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                    $8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
                               Arrest Obama
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asked. This is it: ?

Best O' Luck.
Dennis M
2009-03-01 08:58:05 UTC
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                    $8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Not angry at all, this money is directly going to help average Americans
instead of being squandered in Iraq so some nincompoop rightwing president
can look tough to his nincompoop rightwing base and any other dipsticks
that are naive/ignorant enough to fall for it.
Gunner Asch
2009-03-01 11:35:27 UTC
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Post by Curly Surmudgeon
                    $8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Not angry at all, this money is directly going to help average Americans
How?
Post by Dennis M
instead of being squandered in Iraq so some nincompoop rightwing president
can look tough to his nincompoop rightwing base and any other dipsticks
that are naive/ignorant enough to fall for it.
Like these people?


"One way or the other, we are determined to deny Iraq the capacity to
develop weapons of mass destruction and the missiles to deliver them.
That is our bottom line."
--President Bill Clinton, Feb. 4, 1998

"If Saddam rejects peace and we have to use force, our purpose is clear.
We want to seriously diminish the threat posed by Iraq's weapons of mass
destruction program."
--President Bill Clinton, Feb. 17, 1998

"Iraq is a long way from [here], but what happens there matters a great
deal here. For the risks that the leaders of a rogue state will use
nuclear, chemical or biological weapons against us or our allies is the
greatest security threat we face."
--Madeline Albright, Feb 18, 1998

"He will use those weapons of mass destruction again, as he has ten
times since 1983."
--Sandy Berger, Clinton National Security Adviser, Feb, 18, 1998

"[W]e urge you, after consulting with Congress, and consistent with the
U.S. Constitution and laws, to take necessary actions (including, if
appropriate, air and missile strikes on suspect Iraqi sites) to respond
effectively to the threat posed by Iraq's refusal to end its weapons of
mass destruction programs."
Letter to President Clinton, signed by:
-- Democratic Senators Carl Levin, Tom Daschle, John Kerry, and others,
Oct. 9, 1998

"Saddam Hussein has been engaged in the development of weapons of mass
destruction technology which is a threat to countries in the region and
he has made a mockery of the weapons inspection process."
-Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D, CA), Dec. 16, 1998

"Hussein has ... chosen to spend his money on building weapons of mass
destruction and palaces for his cronies."
-- Madeline Albright, Clinton Secretary of State, Nov. 10, 1999

"There is no doubt that ... Saddam Hussein has reinvigorated his weapons
programs. Reports indicate that biological, chemical and nuclear
programs continue apace and may be back to pre-Gulf War status. In
addition, Saddam continues to redefine delivery systems and is doubtless
using the cover of a licit missile program to develop longer-range
missiles that will threaten the United States and our allies."
Letter to President Bush, Signed by:
-- Sen. Bob Graham (D, FL), and others, Dec 5, 2001

"We begin with the common belief that Saddam Hussein is a tyrant and a
threat to the peace and stability of the region. He has ignored the
mandate of the United Nations and is building weapons of mass
destruction and th! e means of delivering them."
-- Sen. Carl Levin (D, MI), Sept. 19, 2002

"We know that he has stored secret supplies of biological and chemical
weapons throughout his country."
-- Al Gore, Sept. 23, 2002

"Iraq's search for weapons of mass destruction has proven impossible to
deter and we should assume that it will continue for as long as Saddam
is in power."
-- Al Gore, Sept. 23, 2002

"We have known for many years that Saddam Hussein is seeking and
developing weapons of mass destruction."
-- Sen. Ted Kennedy (D, MA), Sept. 27, 2002

"The last UN weapons inspectors left Iraq in October of 1998. We are
confident that Saddam Hussein retains some stockpiles of chemical and
biological weapons, and that he has since embarked on a crash course to
build up his chemical and biological warfare capabilities. Intelligence
reports indicate that he is seeking nuclear weapons..."
-- Sen. Robert Byrd (D, WV), Oct. 3, 2002

"I will be voting to give the President of the United States the
authority to use force -- if necessary -- to disarm Saddam Hussein
because I believe that a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction
in his hands is a real and grave threat to our security."
-- Sen. John F. Kerry (D, MA), Oct. 9, 2002

"There is unmistakable evidence that Saddam Hussein is working
aggressively to develop nuclear weapons and will likely have nuclear
weapons within the next five years ... We also should remember we have
always underestimated the progress Saddam has made in development of
weapons of mass destruction."
-- Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D, WV), Oct 10, 2002

"He has systematically violated, over the course of the past 11 years,
every significant UN resolution that has demanded that he disarm and
destroy his chemical and biological weapons, and any nuclear capacity.
This he has refused to do"
-- Rep. Henry Waxman (D, CA), Oct. 10, 2002

"In the four years since the inspectors left, intelligence reports show
that Saddam Hussein has worked to rebuild his chemical and biological
weapons stock, his missile delivery capability, and his nuclear program.
He has also given aid, comfort, and sanctuary to terrorists, including
al Qaeda members ... It is clear, however, that if left unchecked,
Saddam Hussein will continue to increase his capacity to wage biological
and chemical warfare, and will keep trying to develop nuclear weapons."
-- Sen. Hillary Clinton (D, NY), Oct 10, 2002

"We are in possession of what I think to be compelling evidence that
Saddam Hussein has, and has had for a number of years, a developing
capacity for the production and storage of weapons of mass destruction."
-- Sen. Bob Graham (D, FL), Dec. 8, 2002

"Without question, we need to disarm Saddam Hussein. He is a brutal,
murderous dictator, leading an oppressive regime ... He presents a
particularly grievous threat because he is so consistently prone to
miscalculation ... And now he is miscalculating America's response to
his continued deceit and his consistent grasp for weapons of mass
destruction ... So the threat of Saddam Hussein with weapons of mass
destruction is real..."
-- Sen. John F. Kerry (D, MA), Jan. 23. 2003




"Lenin called them "useful idiots," those people living in
liberal democracies who by giving moral and material support
to a totalitarian ideology in effect were braiding the rope that
would hang them. Why people who enjoyed freedom and prosperity worked
passionately to destroy both is a fascinating question, one still with us
today. Now the useful idiots can be found in the chorus of appeasement,
reflexive anti-Americanism, and sentimental idealism trying to inhibit
the necessary responses to another freedom-hating ideology, radical Islam"

Bruce C. Thornton, a professor of Classics at American University of Cal State Fresno
Curly Surmudgeon
2009-03-01 17:53:19 UTC
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                    $8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Not angry at all, this money is directly going to help average Americans
instead of being squandered in Iraq so some nincompoop rightwing
president can look tough to his nincompoop rightwing base and any other
dipsticks that are naive/ignorant enough to fall for it.
That money is being spent _because_ Bush squandered our resources in
useless, illegal, wars.
--
Regards, Curly
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$8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Arrest Bush
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Strabo
2009-03-01 20:59:57 UTC
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Post by Dennis M
In article
          $8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Not angry at all, this money is directly going to help average Americans
instead of being squandered in Iraq so some nincompoop rightwing
president can look tough to his nincompoop rightwing base and any other
dipsticks that are naive/ignorant enough to fall for it.
That money is being spent _because_ Bush squandered our resources in
useless, illegal, wars.
The Federal Two-Step, a role-bending, mind-blowing extravaganza,
this royal reach-around is performed by your servants festooned
in Socialist finery...

...and a one, and a two and a three...

...warfare first, welfare second...

...welfare first, warfare second...

Yes, Republicans and Democrats confound, confuse and amaze
subjects and minions alike!
phil scott
2009-02-27 06:03:38 UTC
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Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution.  Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
a very astute observation curly

phil scott
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2009-02-27 06:42:51 UTC
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CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Ouch...

Can you say DOW 500.

Dan
Beam Me Up Scotty
2009-02-27 15:38:32 UTC
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CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Ouch...
Can you say DOW 500.
How do we get Obama out and Ron Paul in?
u***@domain.invalid
2009-02-27 15:45:40 UTC
Permalink
Post by Beam Me Up Scotty
Post by Dan
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Ouch...
Can you say DOW 500.
How do we get Obama out and Ron Paul in?
LOL, you'd end up with the USA being a series of armed Libertarian
"Devil take the hindmost" City states.
Winston_Smith
2009-02-28 20:41:33 UTC
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Post by u***@domain.invalid
Post by Beam Me Up Scotty
How do we get Obama out and Ron Paul in?
LOL, you'd end up with the USA being a series of armed Libertarian
"Devil take the hindmost" City states.
http://capitolhillcoffeehouse.com/more.php?id=6881_0_1_0_M
Are the States About to Slap the Runaway Fed Down to Constitutional
Size?
By JB Williams on (Feb 26, 09)

On February 5, 2009, I released a column titled New Hampshire Leads
Next American Revolution! At the time, only a handful of states had
introduced legislative efforts to reclaim state sovereignty under the
Ninth and Tenth Amendments of the US Constitution

As of February 17th, when I released It’s Time for American Freedom
Fighters to Unite, some twenty states had followed that lead,
introducing measures of their own aimed at reclaiming state rights to
defend against what was clearly becoming a runaway Democratic
Socialist juggernaut in Washington DC, running roughshod over
Republican members of congress and the millions of Americans they
represent.

Today, the number of states claiming state sovereignty, some outlining
specific federal actions that have far more to do with usurping the US
Constitution than upholding it, has grown to at least thirty two the
magic number is 34....

2009: Arkansas - 9th Amendment, 10th Amendment, Funding Issues

2009: Arizona - 9th Amendment, 10th Amendment

1994: California - 10th Amendment

1995/96: Georgia - 10th Amendment

2009: Georgia - 10th Amendment

2009: Kansas - 10th Amendment

1997/98: Louisiana - Sovereignty Constitutional Amendment

2009: Michigan - 10th Amendment

2009: Minnesota - 10th Amendment

2009: Missouri - Freedom of Choice Act (Abortion), 10th Amendment

2009: Montana - 9th Amendment, 10th Amendment, 2nd Amendment

2009: New Hampshire - 9th Amendment, 10th Amendment, Federal Reserve,
Taxes, Martial Law, 2nd Amendment, Draft/War, Patriot Act, Labor
Camps, 1st Amendment

2008: Oklahoma - 10th Amendment, (Other Legislation: No Child Left
Behind, Real ID Act)

2009: Oklahoma - 9th Amendment, 10th Amendment, Funding Issues

2009: South Carolina - 9th Amendment, 10 Amendment, Martial Law and
Related, 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment

2009: Tennessee - 10th Amendment

2009: Texas - 9th Amendment, 10th Amendment, Funding Issues

2009: Utah - Real ID Act

2009: Washington - 10th Amendment

* Proposed: Alabama - 9th Amendment, 10th Amendment

* Proposed: Alaska

* 1994: Colorado - 10th Amendment

* 1995: Florida - 10th Amendment

* Proposed [HJM RS18517]: Idaho - 10th Amendment

* 2009: Indiana - 10th Amendment

* 2009: Iowa - 10th Amendment

* Proposed: Maine

* Proposed: Nevada

* Proposed: Ohio - 10th Amendment

* Proposed: Pennsylvania - 10th Amendment

* Proposed: Virginia - 10th Amendment

* Proposed: West Virginia - Same as New Hampshire

Republic of Lakotah - Full Independence

Hawaii - Full Independence

It’s all happening so fast, that we have not had time to fully verify
the text and status of every state effort, but there is NO missing the
clear implications. Where are they heading here? What does it all
mean?

We The People Foundation is pushing for a new Continental Congress.
Campaign For Liberty - 2009 Continental Congress - is working towards
the same end.
...snip
Curly Surmudgeon
2009-02-27 16:51:34 UTC
Permalink
Post by Beam Me Up Scotty
Post by Dan
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot
be solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to
the studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you
know what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air
time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of
the way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How
dare he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the
almighty ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the
very same set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin
in the first instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of
CNBC's Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total
lack of understanding of the underlying causes of the financial
crisis, even commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Ouch...
Can you say DOW 500.
How do we get Obama out and Ron Paul in?
Not going to happen. Ron Paul will be too old in 2012/2016 and the
powers behind the throne didn't allow it either in 1988 or 2008.

Gotta play the hand dealt us.
--
Regards, Curly
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Arrest Bush
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Dial Lamer
2009-02-27 17:41:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by Beam Me Up Scotty
Post by Dan
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Ouch...
Can you say DOW 500.
How do we get Obama out and Ron Paul in?
Not going to happen. Ron Paul will be too old in 2012/2016 and the
powers behind the throne didn't allow it either in 1988 or 2008.
Gotta play the hand dealt us.
I think what he meant was "cut in" as in movie Lord Of War
on Apple TV this week for 99 cents. You are naive if you
think nobody is corruptible. And even if... you will watch
another assassination in prime time - plain and simple

And where is Bartimoro hiding ? I do not like Burnett is
not even winking these days
Dan
2009-02-27 19:08:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by Beam Me Up Scotty
Post by Dan
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Ouch...
Can you say DOW 500.
How do we get Obama out and Ron Paul in?
Fly off to Bizarro Earth, where people might think that was a good idea.

Dan
Beam Me Up Scotty
2009-03-01 23:32:45 UTC
Permalink
Post by Dan
Post by Beam Me Up Scotty
Post by Dan
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Ouch...
Can you say DOW 500.
How do we get Obama out and Ron Paul in?
Fly off to Bizarro Earth, where people might think that was a good idea.
Dan
As if Obama is a good idea.... Watch the coming Obama economic Apocalypse.
AnAmericanCitizen
2009-02-28 19:33:19 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 27 Feb 2009 10:38:32 -0500, Beam Me Up Scotty
Post by Beam Me Up Scotty
Post by Dan
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
Don't worry about it folks. CNBC doesn't see many "audiences of millions."....AAC
Post by Beam Me Up Scotty
Post by Dan
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by brk
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on
sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know
what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of the
way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first
instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
Ouch...
Can you say DOW 500.
How do we get Obama out and Ron Paul in?
Rita Refugee
2009-02-27 21:49:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
He got my vote for President last November.
--
==========

Those who condemn wealth are those who have none and see no chance of
getting it. - William Penn Patrick

==========
Curly Surmudgeon
2009-02-27 22:57:33 UTC
Permalink
Post by Rita Refugee
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
He got my vote for President last November.
Mine too. I campaigned for him in 1988. I also like Tom McClintock on
economic issues. Funny thing is both are religionists and normally I
can't tolerate religionists, the difference is that both, like Jimmy
Carter, keep their beliefs private and distinct from the job.

I like that.
--
Regards, Curly
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$8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Arrest Bush
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Rita Refugee
2009-02-28 02:29:50 UTC
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Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by Rita Refugee
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
He got my vote for President last November.
Mine too.
Was this a write-in vote?

Here in Louisiana the Louisiana Tax Payers party ran him on their ticket so
he was on the ballot. There are no provisions for write-ins here.
--
==========

Those who condemn wealth are those who have none and see no chance of
getting it. - William Penn Patrick

==========
Curly Surmudgeon
2009-02-28 02:52:14 UTC
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Post by Rita Refugee
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Post by Rita Refugee
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution. Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
He got my vote for President last November.
Mine too.
Was this a write-in vote?
Here in Louisiana the Louisiana Tax Payers party ran him on their ticket
so he was on the ballot. There are no provisions for write-ins here.
Write-ins are authorized in California. Absentee ballots require a
separate declaration.
--
Regards, Curly
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Arrest Bush
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h***@hotmail.com
2009-02-28 05:30:33 UTC
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Post by Rita Refugee
Post by Curly Surmudgeon
Demonstrates the collusion between corporate media and politicans to
subvert the constitution.  Ron Paul is the patriot we needed for
president.
He got my vote for President last November.
Mine too.  I campaigned for him in 1988.  I also like Tom McClintock on
economic issues.  Funny thing is both are religionists and normally I
can't tolerate religionists, the difference is that both, like Jimmy
Carter, keep their beliefs private and distinct from the job.
I like that.
You like "CrazyMotherFuckers???"
--
Regards, Curly
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                               Arrest Obama
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Winston_Smith
2009-02-28 20:38:05 UTC
Permalink
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
[...]
Post by brk
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Isn't free and open debate a bitch?
Post by brk
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Yes, free and open debate can be a bitch to people that have it all
figured out and packaged for us. Control is what the government does
best.
Post by brk
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you
know what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air
time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of
the way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
Fraudian slip. Most of what Congress says IS substandard.
Post by brk
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
Give 'em hell, Ron.
h***@hotmail.com
2009-02-28 23:42:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by Winston_Smith
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
[...]
Post by brk
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Isn't free and open debate a bitch?
But it isn't in the MSM script.
Post by Winston_Smith
Post by brk
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Yes, free and open debate can be a bitch to people that have it all
figured out and packaged for us.  Control is what the government does
best.
Hmmm? Which >>>government<<< media was making those statements?

Voice of America? Armed Forces Korea Network? National Public Radio?
Post by Winston_Smith
Post by brk
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you
know what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air
time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of
the way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
Fraudian slip.  Most of what Congress says IS substandard.
But, but, but most of Congress is democrat...
Post by Winston_Smith
Post by brk
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
Give 'em hell, Ron.
Dan
2009-03-01 06:05:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by h***@hotmail.com
Post by Winston_Smith
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
[...]
Post by brk
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Isn't free and open debate a bitch?
But it isn't in the MSM script.
Ah, so we CAN agree on some things! Wow!

Dan
h***@hotmail.com
2009-03-01 13:46:31 UTC
Permalink
Post by h***@hotmail.com
Post by Winston_Smith
Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
[...]
Post by brk
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Isn't free and open debate a bitch?
But it isn't in the MSM script.
Ah, so we CAN agree on some things!  Wow!
Dan
We can probably agree on more things if you Bobs let go of your
prejudices concerning me.

So which lying government media entities do you think Winston was
referring to? NPR? Voice of America? Armed Foreces Network?
Curly Surmudgeon
2009-03-01 17:54:24 UTC
Permalink
Post by h***@hotmail.com
Post by h***@hotmail.com
Post by Winston_Smith
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time "This is
not going as planned"
[...]
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the
House Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an
audience of millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing
Bernanke on sound money principles, warning that the financial
crisis cannot be solved by merely creating credit out of thin air,
CNBC cut back to the studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Isn't free and open debate a bitch?
But it isn't in the MSM script.
Ah, so we CAN agree on some things!  Wow!
Dan
We can probably agree on more things if you Bobs let go of your
prejudices concerning me.
Again you misrepresent others. People disrespect you for your daily
trolling and lies.

Cockroach.
Post by h***@hotmail.com
So which lying government media entities do you think Winston was
referring to? NPR? Voice of America? Armed Foreces Network?
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Regards, Curly
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$8,800,000,000,000.00, Angry Yet?
Arrest Bush
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2009-03-01 18:44:29 UTC
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Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
[...]
Post by brk
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Isn't free and open debate a bitch?
But it isn't in the MSM script.
Ah, so we CAN agree on some things! Wow!
Dan
We can probably agree on more things if you Bobs let go of your
prejudices concerning me.
So which lying government media entities do you think Winston was
referring to? NPR? Voice of America? Armed Foreces Network?
Any and all of the ultra-right-wing MSM, which cuts off free speech to
post the RNC talking points.

Oh, you didn't think...

Dan
Keith
2009-03-01 08:31:49 UTC
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Thanks for posting this. Finally, someone has something to say that
doesn't coincide with the drive-by media's warped ideology that is
absolutely correct and he gets slammed. That just goes to show you
the logic of Burnett and Haines.
Scotius
2009-04-13 04:34:07 UTC
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Post by brk
CNBC Anchors Mortified That Ron Paul Was Allowed Air Time
"This is not going as planned"
Steve Watson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009
CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous
yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul's opening statement at the House
Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of
millions.
CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas
Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke.
After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke
on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be
solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the
studio.
Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they
Haines: "This is not going as planned"
Burnett: "No it is not"
Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of
opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control."
Burnett: "Here's what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you
know what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air
time?"
Haines: "We're going to take a commercial break and get them out of
the way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean
substantial?] is happening, we don't have to interrupt them."
Well, you can't have people talking the kind of truth that
makes people think, or worse; makes them think they would therefore
have the right to challenge the proposed "solutions" dreamt up by
people who pretend to be above the fray of the peons, now can you?
Ever see the Saturday Night Live skit where the newspeople
lost their teleprompter? Not all that far fetched, it seems...
Post by brk
http://www.infowars.net/articles/february2009/260209CNBC.htm
"This is the end of an era," said Paul, "we can't reinflate the
bubble..if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially
creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we
don't have a prayer of solving these problems - we have a total
misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital."
Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the
Treasury, and Wall Street Paul's words were "out of control". How dare
he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty
ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same
set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the
first instance).
Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBC's
Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of
understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even
commenting that gold has "no inherent value".
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