Everybody Wave!!! (again)

As you know, I did a radio interview yesterday with Central Park and Dr. Kate about The Federal Reserve.  I was interested to see who would show up today, and because I always let my readers know who likes to stop by, everybody give a wave to the Hearst Corporation and the IRS.  A few others have stopped by, (they know who they are), and once again, your identities are being protected because I believe that you are on the side of the Constitution and the American People.  As for the IRS showing up; I guess I hit another nerve again.  Not to worry though, dear readers, I am complying with the “volunteer” payment of taxes, and if any of you know a tax attorney that would like to answer some questions I have, please send them over.

All of that being said, here is the archived program for those that missed it.  It is of interest that there were 17 “guests” in the chatroom for this program, and as Central states during the interview, they usually have no more than one or two.

(Update: Everybody wave to Exxon Mobil)

4 thoughts on “Everybody Wave!!! (again)

  1. Diamond, I’m still waving. That is, when I’m not wiping the tears of anger from my eyes. I just heard on Fox News that congress is getting agitated because apparently the banks have been investing the TARP money they were given overseas. OUR TAX MONEY IS BEING INVESTED IN DUBAI, CHINA, AND ELSEWHERE OVERSEAS.

    Is this the way to jump start the American economy? The money that our children and grandchildren will be held hostage to is being sent to banks overseas. Foreign investment instead of American investment.

    Talk about brazen crass. THIS certainly needs some investigating.

    Remember at the G8 meeting the Pres of the World Bank, Robert Zoellik said that any steps taken to fight this crisis should not stop at the country’s borders, that the money raised should be shared globally. (or words to that effect) Little Timmy Geithner and his boss king
    Obama apparently agreed. There goes our TARP money. Doggone I’m mad. I must go hear the rest of the news now, and I’ll probably have a stroke.

    This is what Bernanke was saying needed to be done a couple days ago,

  2. Excellent show, Diamond! Somehow you kept making me think of the words

    Don’t Panic

    in warm, friendly letters (and a towel).

    A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Federal Reserve, perhaps?

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