reply to post by mckyle
Wow - all those links are to such Great PTB News sites, OH, lets take a look at what a few have to say, shall we?
Let's start with your NYT's link:
OK, what is on their page - at THAT link?
President Obama's top economic advisers gave upbeat assessments of the economy, but it remains unclear whether consumers will increase their
savings or support economic growth through spending. August 3, 2009
The economy shrank at a slower-than-expected annual rate of 1 percent from April through June. August 1, 2009
The House approved a measure that would put new constraints on executive pay , capitalizing on outrage over multimillion-dollar bonuses to Wall Street
executives whose firms were bailed out by taxpayers. July 31, 2009
Thousands of top traders and bankers on Wall Street were awarded huge bonuses and pay packages last year, even as their employers were battered by the
financial crisis. July 30, 2009
Many mortgage companies are reluctant to give strapped homeowners a break because the companies collect lucrative fees on delinquent loans, say
industry insiders and legal experts. July 29, 2009
Hmmm.... nothing about the T-Bill auction? Only how it seems the govt. is looking to basically make things better - and some about Wall street and
the Mortgage companies. Nothing we haven't been seeing or hearing on MSM constantly. Below those above headlines is the whole history (in their
view) of the crisis and how it began.
Below that - OH two other headlines - besides the many more of "good spins"
Obama Aides See Signs of Recovery but Say It Will Be Slow
By EDMUND L. ANDREWS
A big unanswered question is whether consumers will increase their savings or support economic growth through spending.
August 3, 2009
["9"] UNITED STATES ECONOMY, SUBPRIME MORTGAGE CRISIS, TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OBAMA, BARACK, GEITHNER, TIMOTHY F, SUMMERS, LAWRENCE H White House
Points to Economic Revival
By JOSEPH BERGER
Top economic officials of the Obama administration gave upbeat assessments of the economy, asserting that the long recession was bottoming
August 3, 2009
Now lets for giggles look at another one of those PTB sites you linked here:
Paul Krugman - Oh you like him? Oh - Okay,
Isn't he always on one of those MSM as an advisor - you know like good ole: Jim Cramer? Yeah, he wouldn't just go by the book of what his bosses
tell him to say at the MSM.
WOW - Really? George Soros? Jeez, everything I know about him, he is one of the Top elite of the world and some say, you can't get any more
Illumanati than he is. But, hey - everyone looks at things differently. He was critical of Bush - but he also is a Billionaire who likes to get what
Of course you linked BBC - yeah - a good ole MSM controlled site.
In other words - your the sites IMO you linked are to the normal - shades of Rose being put in and talk about SPIN - you got upset, because I used the
first sentence of an article..... right? You don't think all those links don't completely SPIN things out of control and truth? PLEASE.
Links have been provided throughout the thread to sites, that people can get REAL information about what is going on, without a big corporate agenda
behind the person relaying the information. All of the links you provided HAVE those corporate agendas. Do you think those agendas are to tell the
people the TRUTH of what is happening? If so, why didn't ONE of them mention the T-bill auctions last week and that China was a NO SHOW?
I am still trying to figure out why you put this link in: theoildrum.com...
All about Oil? Where is the basis of learning the truth about the economy there?
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