Wall Street protests present political dilemma

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  • Screwdriver Casa Grande, AZ
    Oct. 14, 2011 9:01 p.m.

    Banks in particular are on notice. The people are not sheeping anymore. Yes I said sheeping. Some bank villan somewhere just wondered if they have awakened a sleeping giant.

    Banksters and corporate pirates may want to join thier money in Switerland. We're not violent like they want to portray, but we're not going to allow them to steal legally anymore. We can make lots of room in jails for them.

  • Brother Chuck Schroeder A Tropical Paradise USA, FL
    Oct. 14, 2011 12:14 p.m.

    There is a good case for deflation as we approach another probable recession. John Q. Public never came out of recession, especially when you consider the 16-20 percent who are unemployed or underemployed. Thanks to the GOP crashing America with those Wall Street deregulations in 2008, in the largest fraud con game ever, along with the Koch Brother's stagflation is getting ready to strike the U.S. economy, and it will be worse than it was in the 1970s, because they want Obama to fail, this is a period in which consumer prices rise while the economy contracts, differs from others who see the U.S headed for what's known as a balance sheet recession, where the economy tanks but prices don't soar and is largely a time when businesses and individuals pay off debts. Loose monetary policies designed to kick-start growth and hiring are dead, having more inflationary impacts that governments will admit, which will hurt bond prices. Plus Fitch Ratings is reviewing its ratings for Bank of America Corp., Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and five European banks, and may downgrade all of them. BE concerned about increased uncertainty about market and economic conditions.