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More lies from commander in chief making congress look like the bad guys when it was him doing illegal actions...
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09-03-2013, 03:25 PM #1
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So now the commander in Chief wants to blame congress for being hungry for war when they are keeping us from wasting more money on another country's civil war that no one helped us, when we had our civil war?!! Amazing how our commander in chief can kill 4 Americans without due process, kill the leader Khadaffi in Libya because he wanted to get rid of our quickly deflating dollar and even killed Saddam Hussein for the same thing while ridding the country of Iraq of a million of its people and polluting the country with endless dust of depleted uranium and making people and troops suffer from other harsh chemicals, like hexavalent chromium while on guard duty:Oregon National Guard soldiers deployed to Iraq were exposed to Hexavalent Chromium Exposure:http://kbrlitigation.com/hexavalent-chromium-exposure-suit-filed-against-kbr-by-oregon-national-guards-in-iraq/
Seems like those in power of America get their proceeds from all these large corporations that have an endless supply of money that is quickly losing its value, just as quick AS THE MONEY IS BEING printed, because they are making no moves to solve our endless debt problem, so in forth the value of the dollar will continue to drop while everything else will raise and there is no way to fix it, or they would have already! That's why they refuse to fix the debt and keep throwing us bones to jump further into the debt pit that they obviously have no means or way of fixing or getting out of, as we can all plainly see by the tactics they have been using on their own citizens. Once all their citizens that have no money or are causing problems to get in their prisons so they can have something to eat and shelter , then they will move in the rich from other countries and sell our land to outsiders as we have also been seeing going on by them selling land to China, because they are so far in debt to China by owing them gold that they received from china!
The U.S. debt to China changes each month, depending on how many Treasury notes the Chinese government buys or sells. For example, as of March 2013, China owned $1.250 trillion in U.S. debt. China now owns 22% of the total of $5.6758 trillion held by foreign countries. The rest of the more than $16 trillion debt is owed by either the American people, or by the U.S. government to itself. For more, see Who Owns the U.S. National Debt.
http://useconomy.about.com/od/worldecono...-China.htm

then we have a past conflicting vies also against china and the debt it buys..Many decades ago, China sold sovereign bonds worldwide to investors in many nations. They sold tens of thousands of these bonds on U.S. soil to American citizens on the recommendation of our government, indicating it was a solid investment.

Over the last sixty years, China has refused to pay to these bondholders either the principal or interest on these full faith and credit sovereign bonds. (To say nothing of the hundreds of billions also owed to U.S. artists from unpaid royalties on the more recent sale of pirated CD’s and videos, but that's another story).

In 1987, threatened with being kept out of the British financial markets, China acknowledged the debt in owed from the sale of these exact same bonds to British investors. As part of the Great Britain-PRC agreement on Hong Kong, the PRC agreed to pay its debt to British citizens who owned these same bonds. By paying the British bondholders, but no other bond owners worldwide, including U.S. bondholders, China “selectively defaulted” on these bonds.

Standard and Poor’s claims it does not have to find the PRC in selective default because under their view of things, it is their first amendment right NOT to discuss certain things or take such things up. Well, not so fast, boys and girls.

Under the rules, they are granted a license by the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the United States to be a nationally recognized statistical rating organization (NRSRO), a charter to assess the risk of investing in sovereign and corporate debt, stocks, or bonds. The “selective default” of the PRC must be acknowledged,in that the metrics used by the NRSRO organizations that they themselves have promised to follow as part of their license agreement includes just such a requirement.
http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/08/2...ed-states/

So apparently, we have conflicting views now on the gold that we have of China's, and the bonds they are selling others around the world, and we have conflicting views on just who exactly is keeping us from launching missiles that kill innocent humans in Syria, ? Why do we just want to launch missiles, when there is some real intel that must be done to thwart any real enemy? I think we need a new way to wage war without using a barrage of missiles that aren't perfect and kill everything around the target area?



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