posted on Nov, 29 2008 @ 03:07 AM
As Neel Kashkari answered questions regarding TARP, There were many heated exchanges regarding bank purchases, deploying TARP funds not approved by
Congress, Who Neel is really working for, questionable testimony under oath, etc...
statement by KashKari should be all the testimony neccessary for Congress to recind the authorization for Treasury to use TARP $700 billion
... I don't think it's a good use of taxpayer money to put taxpayer capital into a financial institution that's going to fail.
Does this mean the Treasury Dept. testifies under oath to Congress that the bailout plans is not a good use of taxpayer money? That would include the
Big Three in Detroit and all the fat cats that ran companies into the ground and are now holding out their hand for multiple Billions of taxpayer
Why, after this statement and the abuses of the terms of TARP by Paulson's unauthorized dispersals of TARP funding and disregard as to inform
Congress of any intentions that vary from the legislations specifications, would we even consider allocating further monies to the Treasury when the
Treasury says it is not good use of the money?
It's all smoke and mirrors, bait and switch, and testimony that you might here from a con artist, a sociopath or a psychopath, rather than from
Treasury Secretary Paulson, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial stability Kashkari, and the FED.'s Bernanke.
In response to other Kashkari and Paulson testimony, to appoint a special prosecutor and indict Kashkari and Paulson of perjury for lying when giving
testimony to Congress while under oath, and regarding evidence of gross mismanagement, lack of oversight, cooked books, offshore tax evasion, etc...,
indictments holding accountable those Institution executives and their accomplices for their criminal activities that have not yet been addressed.