Eric Cantor and Paul Ryan have a special and disturbing relationship with hedge funds. That disturbing relationship and secret agenda needs to be explored in the light of misplaced Tea Party moral demands.
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Dirty Dirty Republicans
Anyone who cannot decide the merits of supporting the Republican Party should read this ebook before deciding! This book exposes the dirty, dirty behavior of a couple of Tea Party Republicans, Eric Cantor and Paul Ryan. These two have a special relationship with hedge funds. That relationship needs to be explored in the light of misplaced Tea Party moral demands. This relationship reveals the inner workings of the political landscape going forward. Many politicians of both parties get money from hedge funds, but this relationship is particularly nasty. For a little background, Andrew Ross Sorkin had an interesting discussion with Larry Kudlow concerning Jamie Dimon. The background of the banks in the mix is cloudy, but certainly some bankers cannot contain their desire to roll the easy money dice once again, to the peril of the middle class. The original Ponzi housing scheme of the past decade had elements of conspiracy and premeditation, with both political parties being highly involved in the scheme. I have written about that in the ebook, "How to Fight NWO Economics" and in the ebook, "Ponzi Housing Scheme 21st Century". I recommend those books as well for more verification of the desire of banks to do bad things to main street. A central component to the last housing bubble were the hedge funds, which funded the shadow banks so they could make reckless loans. The housing bubble took off when those banks were able to make loans that were distributed by securitization. This ebook looks at the relationship of the hedge funds not only with the Tea Party elected officials, but also at how this impacts the libertarians and Ron Paul. I respect Ron Paul's honesty and desire for peace, but there are issues that need to be discussed concerning Paul, in the light of the dirty dirty Republicans and in the light of some objectionable statements he has made with regard to the disadvantaged and the borrowers in the housing bubble. The Tea Party has roots in the Santelli Rant of February, 2009 and was formed a few days later. This differs from the Tea Party rally of Ron Paul in 2007. The Tea Party leadership of Cantor and Ryan has quite different goals than those of Ron Paul. This ebook exposes those roles. One wonders if Ron Paul is being used by the more sophisticated Tea Party politicians and bankers. I am inclined to believe that he is. Finally, this ebook takes a peak at some secrets of Michele Bachmann's funding and motives as well as my top ten reasons for never voting Republican. I have written in other books that I am no fan of the Democrats for their financial misdeeds. But the Republicans have led the onslaught of bad behavior since 2000. Certain crimes and motives by that party are being revealed at time passes, raising questions as to legitimacy of the party itself!
I am no fan of the Democrats, because they were equally guilty of the repeal of Glass-Steagall, with the vote in the senate being 90 to 8. But at least they want to slow down the casino by the Volcker Rule, and they want to help the old and the poor. They want to protect the middle class from more sicko loans, too. You have more in common with them than you do with the Republicans, Dr. Paul. You want to slow down the casino too right? Right?
It is interesting to me that the hedge funds would want to attack the middle class so soon after the crash of the housing bubble. This seems to me to be an act of desperation. I think there should be a law that forbids pension funds from pouring money into hedge funds as is going on now. I think the hedge funds should be slapped down by the American people. These pension funds don't need more leverage and more risk.