Elizabeth Warren at the first debate of Democrats in Massachusetts:
“…Everyone has to follow the law. That has to be the story in place. But no one understands better what the frustration is right now.
The people on Wall Street broke this country, and they did it one lousy mortgage at a time. It happened more than three years ago, and there is still no basic accountability, and there has been no real effort to fix it…”
The last weeks you could experience first hand how right she is on Wall Street, that the only people politicians and police are applying the law to are the protesters on the street and not those in the buildings who’s crimes have affected millions of Americans and continue to destroy lives.
video of (part) speech by Elizabeth Warren
- USA: Let’s play Wall Street Bailout
- Humor: Al Murray vs. Americans
- The Incredible Lightness of Being: Today Wall Street
- USA: 5 More Friends uncensored
A very interesting speech by Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) during the congress debate on the so-called Bailout (transcript below)…
In an effort to provide the new U.S. administration with a first hand experience on how your European Allies really tick, here’s a 6 minute cut of British comedian Al Murray talking about Americans.
Al Murray at his finest.
I guess there is not much that need to be said on what happened today at Wall Street. We dropped in charts of the leading stock indexes / average (DJIA & NASDAQ) for documentation.
If that video would have been created with top-level bank managers it would certainly qualify for the most expensive political clip ever done. But it was created with the help of some of the best known actors of this planet – and some of them still believe that having an opinion, standing up for it and be heard is more important than a few
Million of bonus payments.
Now Americans GO OUT AND VOTE!
Be a role model. Not only in the U.S. but also for all the other countries that soon will be voting on the same cause.