Tuesday, July 3, 2012

This is my NEW Message to Senator Dianne Feinstein.......

Anyway I was Told by a good 3rd party source the Surge in Afghanistan was done for many reasons and "one reason" was to "Create Jobs"....that's  NEOCON Type A

Boeing and others make "War Toys" and they use UNION employees.   The UNIONS wanted the Surge....  OMG!!!  

Just to let you know I give the President, Leon Panetta and our talented intelligence & military a lot of credit for the OBL kill.  That was good for America!  He was in PAKISTAN. 
FYI- As you know Senator the Boeing South Carolina "issue" was NOT about the Teamster job creating "black helicopters" it was about the "Free Market" luxury liner sales of Boeing.

HELLO!!!  I Smell a "bit" of NEOCON Type A in Obama.   Can YOU Tell me that is NOT True?   

Get This.... Donald Rumsfeld did NOT think the surge was a good strategy...

Senator, I got to meet Mr. Rumsfeld when I was a kid... He was a bit "cranky"..I admit I was a bit of a brat.  When I was a kid I got to fly an airplane....a big was flying empty to Dulles.... Mr. Rumsfeld was on board....  Ed Daly used to call him "Ford's Guy".....As a child I used to hear logistic people at World Airways about the 'boxes"  they flew home.  The company made MORE money per box than "walk on" passenger.   kind of creepy.... War is a business.  OK done with that "happy thought" ...   memory over back to the point:  

"The way forward in Afghanistan will need to reflect the current circumstances there — not the circumstances in Iraq two years ago. Additional troops in Afghanistan may be necessary, but they will not, by themselves, be sufficient to lead to the results we saw in Iraq. A similar confluence of events that contributed to success in Iraq does not appear to exist in Afghanistan. What’s needed in Afghanistan is an Afghan solution, just as Iraqi solutions have contributed so fundamentally to progress in Iraq. And a surge, if it is to be successful, will need to be an Afghan surge...."

Today we have 90,000 Troops in Afghanistan.   What Jobs are they coming home to?   

Can YOU Tell Tim Geithner to explain to our troops WHY he gave NISSAN over 1 Billion from the Treasury bank?

NISSAN is a foreign company that does business in IRAN.  IRAN has sent weapons to KILL Our Troops....  It's Disgusting HOW the President Obama's People disrespect our troops.

Senator Feinstein: I would NEVER say anything disrespectful about Henry Kissinger....he's a brilliant diplomat.....When I was a kid "creepy" people said some "weird shit" about his tactics... I was a kid and probably misunderstood.  Oddly Mr. Kissinger is the person who taught Tim Geithner.....   Democrats can be NEOCONS.....    huh.... The mainstream media NEVER reports that..... Why?  

below are text messages that Mark Silverman (the Gannett Ben Bradlee winning editor)  and I sent back and forth to each other....I want him to write my story:

Just think it will be like a history lesson..... done in way that's fun.....  How many people can do that?   My mom took me on a "lot of twisted trips".... she always made them fun.   She took me to a cockfight in Thailand.... before I started 1st grade.  That experience was "creepy".
This is "really weird" about 8 years ago she gave me a box... it had airline ticket stubs...
and pictures.... all that proof that we were at certain places.   Up until 2 years ago I NEVER opened the box.  When NISSAN made me unemployable I got I opened the box  WOW!    When I did that it  made the "other" thing she did make sense
She gave me a big glossy photo of her & said "This is HOW I want to be remembered" Today she has Alzheimer's and hardly remembers who I am.....It's sad.

Tim Geithner 

Bio from Wiki

Geithner worked for Kissinger Associates in Washington for three years and then joined the International Affairs division of the U.S. Treasury Department in 1988. He went on to serve as an attaché at the Embassy of the United States in Tokyo. He was deputy assistant secretary for international monetary and financial policy (1995–1996), senior deputy assistant secretary for international affairs (1996–1997), assistant secretary for international affairs (1997–1998).[9]
He was Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs (1998–2001) under Treasury Secretaries Robert Rubin and Lawrence Summers.[9] Summers was his mentor,[14][15] but other sources call him a Rubin protégé.[16][17][18]
Treasury Secretary designee Geithner meets Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus on November 25, 2008

In 2002 he left the Treasury to join the Council on Foreign Relations as a Senior Fellow in the International Economics department.[19] He was director of the Policy Development and Review Department (2001–2003) at the International Monetary Fund.[9]

In October 2003, at age 42,[20] he was named president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.[21] His salary in 2007 was $398,200.[22] As President of the New York Fed, he served as Vice Chairman of the Federal Open Market Committee. In 2006, he also became a member of the Washington-based financial advisory body, the Group of Thirty.[23] In May 2007, he worked to reduce the capital required to run a bank.[20] In November he rejected Sanford Weill's offer to take over as Citigroup's chief executive.[20]

In March 2008, he arranged the rescue and sale of Bear Stearns.[14][24] In the same year, he played a supporting role to Henry Paulson, Treasury Secretary and former CEO of Goldman Sachs, in the decision to bail out AIG just two days after deciding not to rescue Lehman Brothers from bankruptcy. Some Wall Street CEOs subsequently expressed the opinion that decisions in which Geithner participated, especially the failure to rescue Lehman, contributed to worsening the global financial crisis.[25] As a Treasury official, he helped manage multiple international crises of the 1990s[17] in Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, and Thailand.[18]

Geithner believes, along with Henry Paulson, that the U.S. Department of the Treasury needs new authority to experiment with responses to the late-2000s (decade) financial crisis.[14] Paulson has described Geithner as a "very unusually talented young man...[who] understands government and understands markets".[24]