Congress vote NO to Wall Street;prosecute the gamblers there

The Wall Street fiasco is of their making along with the Democratic Congress,run by liars, thieves, spies, reprobates and those who profited from killing of innocents in the womb. It is not the duty of the US taxpayers to suffer for what gamblers did–investing in junk science called ‘medical research’ and abortuaries which kill like gas ovens did, and betting on non-existent stocks, and buying and selling human tissues and blood, and illegally transporting illegal drugs. That Henry Paulson is trying to pull a fast one, sort of like a slick used car dealer who wants you to buy before the has-been car dies. It would be ruinous to the entire nation to give those gamblers, thieves, liars and evil people MORE money! And especially from the US taxpayers.

Whether the Wall Street fails or not, the US people will continue because we are tough! But the nation may be a whole lot better off by not borrowing upwards of a billion dollars per day from other nations so if the credit of the US is ruined abroad, that might be a blessing in disguise, because then the US would have to create products not import them on borrowed money. A house built on gambling is not going to endure,and neither is a house built on human blood. The Scriptures are clear about that. It is written, ‘woe to him that buildeth a town with blood, and stablisheth a city by iniquity.” Habukkuk 2: 12

Here are some interesting quotes that I agree with. It is not competition nor capitalism* that created the Wall Street mess but dishonest, greedy, corrupt people who companies hired to churn stocks and make it look as if profits were being made and the SEC was not doing what it was supposed to do, and the Resolution Trust was not doing what it was supposed to do, and therefore we as a nation do NOT need another expensive inept government agency! Quoting the Washington Post article today :

McCain wrote, “Opening up the health insurance market to
more vigorous nationwide competition, as we have done over
the last decade in banking, would provide more choices of
innovative products less burdened by the worst excesses of state-based regulation.”
quote from:…
7:31 AM 9/21/2008
This is absurd,” McCain senior economics adviser Doug Holtz-Eakin
wrote in an e-mail sent to reporters. “If Barack Obama thinks
that today’s financial troubles were caused by policies which
allowed Americans to use an ATM anywhere in this country,
then it is better that he continue to be silent about solutions to
the crisis on Wall Street. That crisis arose from corruption and
regulators asleep at the switch. It’s also possible Senator Obama
is simply a dishonest
politician who will say anything to get himself elected and
just isn’t ready to be President.”

McCain moved immediately to deal with his comment about
the economy’s fundamental soundness, and over the next
several days he pushed an increasingly populist message
that emphasized the tough times Americans are facing
and called for cracking down
on corruption and greed on Wall Street.

[end quote]

*Footnote, ‘capitalism’ means putting capital [one’ s money into building a business] whereas Wall Street is based upon the theory of putting other people’s money gotten through tricks and treachery into elaborate scams.

signed gloria poole, RN and artist, Denver CO 80203