Tuesday, September 15, 2009

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Elizabeth Warren Makes Timmy Geithner Squirm Over AIG and Goldman Sachs Bailouts

The question to Timmy was; "Do you know where the money went?" The question was not sufficiently answerd.

We know where Elizabeth Warren was going with the line of questioning and it was about the 13 billion dollars Goldman Sachs got out the back door of AIG. Goldman Sachs and others were not mentioned specifically but Elizabeth framed the question so perfectly as to leave no doubt as to who benefited 100 cents on the dollar from the tax payer on AIG's counter party risk
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Fed Inspector General Elizabeth Colemans says IG doesn't know nor tracks where money is


During his questioning of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Shalom Bernanke before the House Financial Services Committee, U.S. congressman Alan Grayson (D), representing Florida's 8th congressional district (Orlando, Ocala, Eustis), burst out laughing at Bernanke's hubris.

Grayson's questioning focused on the Fed's handouts to FOREIGN central banks in Europe and other countries. These "Central Bank Liquidity Swaps" rose from a total of $24 billion at the end of 2007, to over $553 billion by the end of 2008.

Grayson: "So who got the money?"
Bernanke: "Financial institutions in Europe and other counries."
Grayson: "Which ones?"
Bernanke: "I don't know."
Gryson: "Half a trillion dollars and you don't know who got the money?"



Anyone have any idea of where some of those missing trillions MADOFF to? What's that, you're too busy getting ready to bomb another country for our good friend, Israel?

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