Thanks to Laura (and others) for this rather important video in which Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC calls a spade a spade, or a con game (the Federal Reserve) a con game. This moves the ball another ten yards down the field. First down and ten more to go.
As the forces of accountability begin to close in on the cabal, I’d like to post George Bush’s comment on the persistence of “conspiracy theorists” from a year ago:
George Bush thanks 9/11 conspiracy theorists for finally giving him some credit
Newsbiscuit, March 18, 2010, at http://www.newsbiscuit.com/2010/03/18/george-bush-thanks-911-conspiracy-theorists-for-finally-giving-him-some-credit/
George Bush spoke today of his gratitude to the conspiracy theory community for their ‘determination of spirit’ in working to ensure history will give him credit for at least doing one thing right.
Speaking from the porch of his Texas ranch, George Bush Junior claimed that ‘many peoples around the world look on what I did in America with hatefulness and disrespection. [Say what?] But there are those folks out there that believed in me and still believe in me’.
He added ‘to believe that I could have killed so many of my fellow Americans, pulled off the largest covert operation in the history of the world and then have the nerve to start two wars off the back of it….well, that takes faith. And I sure love people who have faith. Thank the Lord.’
Thank you, Mr. President. Yes, we are persistent. See you in court.