Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Illegals are not to Blame for our economy, We Americans are. Wall Street could end up costing 24 Trillion Dollars

Re: I am tired had to work on my Stimulus Project (Santa Barbara )

Date: 2010-04-28, 12:16AM PDT

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Well I see some portions of America want to pretend illegals have caused all our economic problems.As usual they don't have a clue what they are talking about. Get mad at Americans for screwing up our economy not any one else. You all think 2 emails is what broke open the Wall Street trial? No dummys vist this web page and see the hundreds of emails and documents that let everyone one know what was going on as it unfolded.
Now before you go on to blame our current President you might want to know this. In one document I saw it said "hell is coming for the new President and he will have to clean up the mess." So get some education and thought together and come at this American with Mexican Heritage with something more than you have shown here. I have faith in you that you are better than that..

Financial Crisis Investigation
ViewDiscussion.Since 2008, Judicial Watch has actively pursued documents regarding the unprecedented explosion in the size and reach of the government through its use of $24 trillion for "TARP" (Troubled Asset Relief Program) bailouts, "bank rescues" and the Obama administration's economic "stimulus" plan. The $200 billion taxpayer bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is arguably the biggest government corruption scandal in our history.

Judicial Watch's efforts have revealed documents showing Congress' awareness of the poor business practices of Fannie and Freddie at the same time as key members of Congress continued to block attempts to regulate the two Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs). A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit that we filed against the Department of the Treasury resulted in documents that revealed details of how the government coerced the CEOs of several major banks to accept TARP funds.

In 2009, Judicial Watch put together a Financial Crisis Comparison Chart to put into perspective the magnitude of bailout spending.

Judicial Watch is continuing to investigate the government corruption that contributed to the financial crisis as well as the corruption behind the TARP, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the nationalization of General Motors and the increase of government power over our economy. We have at least 36 FOIA requests and several FOIA lawsuits pending.


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