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Schizophrenic Bernanke Trying to Save His Legacy

Isn’t it funny, in a Greek tragic comedy sort of way, how incompetent people in positions of power whose ideology and methodology fails utterly and completely can never seem to own up to their failures, or at least just fade away and let the process of cleaning up their mess get underway?

Such is the case with Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, or Bernyankme if you prefer. Bernanke and all of the other liberal progressives keep trumpeting that things would have been much worse if we hadn’t spent hundreds of billions, and now trillions of dollars that we didn’t have, don’t have, and will never have. Yet they make these assertions with no real data to back them up. Just ‘feelings.’

In the first article below, Bernyankme is running around trying to salvage is legacy and convince everyone what a great job he did by spending trillions and monetizing our debt, but when confronted by a college student for concrete proof and even methodology behind his decision making on the bailouts, he can’t answer the questions. Then, in the 2nd article below, he says/admits that continuing the course that he played a major part in putting us on will lead us to total economic collapse a whole lot sooner than anyone is letting on. That’s the first really honest and competent thing I’ve ever heard him say.

I’ve said it before, and now even the Fed Chair agrees with me, we hurtling headlong into a repeat of the Weimar Republic economically, and socially if we do not RADICALLY and DRASTICALLY change course NOW. Not in 5 years, not in 10 years. We don’t have that long. If Washington doesn’t stop the deficit spending NOW, put us on a course to begin paying down our debt, get out of the way and let our economy take off, most of America has not the foggiest idea how bad things are going to get.



MCKINLEY AND FITTON: Bernanke’s fairy tale recession story for kids

Records show Fed had no coherent strategy for bank bailouts

By Vern McKinley and Tom Fitton | Wednesday, April 11, 2012

It’s an oldie but a goodie for our Federal Reserve chairman. In one of his recent lectures at George Washington University (GWU), Ben S. Bernanke made the self-congratulatory assertion that the “forceful policy response” led by the Federal Reserve in 2008 helped avoid a more serious economic downturn.

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