Larry Kotlikoff on Alex Jones Tv 2/3:Economic Meltdown!!


Alex also talks with professor of economics at Boston University, fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, fellow of the Econometric Society, and former senior economist of the Presidents Council of Economic Advisers, Laurence Kotlikoff. people.bu.edu prisonplanet.tv

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  1. dgl1962 wrote:

    Dump all regulations on banking,let them make loans to those WHO CAN PAY THEM BACK-REGARDLESS OF THEIR COLOR!
    No “community reinvestment acts” like what Barney Frank gave us resulting in liar loans,scams and dead banks crippled by politically correct federal laws.
    Get back to the basics,remove 90% of the federal government,cut taxes by 70% at all levels(state/federal/sales taxes) and get back to the constitution,all groups will benefit and we’ll keep our liberties.
    Can this happen?
    NEVER!

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 5:50 am
  2. thetimman00 wrote:

    Smart guys want to regulate things better. Hey wait, smart guys are in charge. What if our betters are not better. What if we put our money where we wanted without government interference, and without government sucking away from potentially more useful assets as decided by individuals. Smart guys, just keep studies up and talk a lot. You are very good at it.

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 6:39 am
  3. TonyUnplugged wrote:

    All federal agencies and employees have been “captured” by the wall street banks. Check out deepcapture d0h com

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 7:11 am
  4. TonyUnplugged wrote:

    The country wasn’t going “down the tubes”. The major wall street banks were effectively bankrupt and should have been shut down with any remaining assets sold to legitimate banks. The wall street investment banks, their shareholders, and their pension plans should have be set to zero. American citizens are now stuck with the bill for the destructive gambling on financial dogsh*t derivatives done by banks like Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs produces nothing; they suck the life out of the USA.

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 7:43 am
  5. studentoflife01 wrote:

    I say get rid of them all. To say that a fake person is as nobal as I am. That idea spins my mind to places I don’t want to go. I really don’t think that anarchy communism is the answer, but when you look at the world with that um sort of meat and potatoes eyes, and you only see black and white. I guess it’s the only thing I can hang onto. I lost my will, and I am still trying to find it even after a whole year. I still don’t know what (Willpower) it is. I’m lost.

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 8:37 am
  6. knightstryder21 wrote:

    I think youre right, a big part of the conspiracy was to allow a corporation to act as an individual, a corp is not a person and should not be able to give money to any political or lobbying interest.

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 9:01 am
  7. studentoflife01 wrote:

    I don’t know the whole Idea of the use of corporations in society never sat right with me. :*(

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 9:03 am
  8. knightstryder21 wrote:

    I’m sorry Mr Kotlikoff, we dont need more federal anything. That was the problem.
    Now that the public trust has been trampled you cant really expect a knowledgable public to go along with more federal rules or ratings. Plus its fairly obvious you have not taken the red pill, and therefore you dont fully comprehend or understand what is really going on. In my opinion Alex actually went very easy on you because you seem to be trying to understand. He didnt even use any conspiracy theory

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 9:15 am
  9. TheTruthVibrations wrote:

    This guest is a f*cking moron!

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 9:35 am
  10. jonathanburr89 wrote:

    indeed you are youve just won two weeks in afghanistan!!!

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 10:20 am
  11. cloudx4541 wrote:

    first

    Posted 25 Jul 2010 at 10:40 am

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