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Tag Archives: WSJ

WSJ Book Review: ‘Stress Test’ by Timothy F. Geithner

According to this review Mr. Geithner thinks quite a lot of himself. He takes credit (credit?) for the lion’s share of the TARP bailout, which he sees as a success and not as many have come to see in the years since, an overreaction to a meltdown brought on by easy money which fundamentally undermined our economy.

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Romney is Worried about Ron Paul

I have been very open in my support for Ron Paul. I personally believe he is the last best chance for us to save the remnant we have of the Republic and from there reestablish it to what it should be. I also think that Ron Paul has an excellent chance of beating Obama. He might even have a better shot than Romney.

One of the biggest stories not being covered by the old media is the contrast in crowd numbers between the 2 GOP rivals. Ron Paul, week after week is getting crowds of 5,000, 6,000, nearly 10,000 to hear him speak. Romney can barely fill a college lecture hall. And this is why Romney’s camp is getting nervous.

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