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posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 03:54 PM

Does anyone have another example of a "profound insight" into the works?
I don't think that Mr. Jubak is the only feeble-minded dude around who is stupid enough to get proved himself wrong in a nick of time.

Just check your quoted news sources. You'll surely find something.

[edit on 9/18/2008 by stander]

posted on Sep, 20 2008 @ 07:00 PM
It's about time to meet another expert: the Great Skipper.

September 16, 2008

US President George W. Bush says the US economy is healthy enough to withstand what he calls "adjustments" in the financial markets.

September 19, 2008

George W Bush: Mortgage rescue was crucial to avert economic disaster

Q: How does one call a person with such a "broad insight" into the economic affairs?


The comedian left both his studio audience and millions of TV viewers stunned by calling George Bush a "retard" . . .

Well, comedian Russell Brand humorously answered the question -- and advised the audience on the matters of world salvation:

The comedian left both his studio audience and millions of TV viewers stunned by calling George Bush a "retard" and urging America to elect Barack Obama "on behalf of the world".

By doing so, Russel Brand became Expert #3:

Obama sides with Bush on bank bailout

Rep. is Dem.
and white is black
us is them
and Clare is Jack

posted on Sep, 20 2008 @ 07:04 PM
Thanks for the great laugh stander. With everything else in this forum stressing me to the max today, we really needed the comic relief!

It's just so sad.

posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 06:38 AM
Let's meet the expert whose expertise will decide the future of America's financial affairs, the economy, and possibly the future of the Union. (Empires, like the Soviet Union, are known to break up on smaller, independent pieces when things don't work well or may entirely disappear from the maps, like the Roman Empire.)

Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce U.S. Secretary of Treasury Henry Paulson.


Mr Secretary, can you brief us on the state of our financial system during these turbulent times, as of today September 16, 2008?

U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said yesterday the American people can remain confident in the "soundness and resilience in the American financial system."


Mr Secretary, can you extend your word of confidence to the jittery Congress?

Paulson and Fed Chief Bernanke had just informed Congressional leaders “We’re literally days away from a complete meltdown of our financial system.


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