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Rep Steve Pearce (R-NM) Unloads on Treasury Secretary Lew : MUST SEE Video

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 24, 2013 2:25 PM |

WOW … This 5-minute video has received very few viewings. That is a shame. Let’s change that.

In a recent Congressional hearing Rep. Steve Pearce throws high hard heat right at the head of Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. In a delivery that would have made Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson proud, Pearce knocks Lew down once, twice, three times and more.

In the process he addresses a number of issues that this blog has embraced over the years, including:  a pursuit of the truth —  transparency — Jon Corzine’s misappropriation of funds from customer accounts — the redistribution of wealth from those on fixed incomes into our banking system, and more.

Some may view this clip strictly through a political prism. That would be a shame. I encourage you to view it through a lens of looking for the truth so that our country can be strengthened and that our children may benefit.

Real patriots are not aligned with one political party or another.

Take the 5-minutes and watch this video. If you think it is worthy of sharing, please do so.

I welcome inducting Steve Pearce into the Sense on Cents Hall of Fame

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Larry Doyle

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I have no business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. The opinions expressed are my own. I am a proponent of real transparency within our markets so that investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.

  • Tom T in SF

    Well put. We need a list of all the scandals, and which branch of Congress is having hearings on each. The executive branch is making Congress look pathetic. Unfortunately, apparently the actions of Jon Corzine in acquiring the moneys in client accounts were not illegal, because of some clauses in Dodd-Frank and/or other bills.

  • gn

    NIRP (neg real int rates) is the criminal transfer of wealth to the 5% for speculation, putting 1.5 (at least) more seniors into poverty. Who speaks for us? No different than Private Equity buying up REOs and stepping in front of 1st-time homebuyers who finally saved and qualified. These are CRIMES, pure and simple, legal crimes until it’s stopped.






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