Friday, February 10, 2012

The same dynamic applies to the relationship between the American people and Wall Street.

When Wall Street bit, it hurt!

The President doesn't adhere to the ("Republican") USA Constitution

Those are the allogations of the Right Wing extremists like Breitbart.  

I don't understand what happens to THE TRUTH when it hits the Republican Party these days.

According to the Kings of Swing of the Right Wing, the Occupy Movement was created.  

The 'buyline' to the GOP is to spin and lie as convenient.  The #Occupy hasn't been followed enough in the lame-stream media in my opinion unless they are in danger through police aggression and as a result they are being defined by people outside the movement for the convenient of GOP politicking.  

The #Occupy Movement was not created by anyone except impoverishment of the American people by Wall Street.  When one is left without resources in their lives where do you go?  You go to the people causing the problem, hence #Occupy Wall Street.

Here is the latest REAL statistic so no one should be confused.

WASHINGTON — Education was historically (click title to entry - thank you) considered a great equalizer in American society, capable of lifting less advantaged children and improving their chances for success as adults. But a body of recently published scholarship suggests that the achievement gap between rich and poor children is widening, a development that threatens to dilute education’s leveling effects....

I do believe the latest settlement by the government to benefit people effected by Wall Street Greed is proof of the lousy circumstances that resulted in the nation after the Bush Bailout of 2008.

Jeffrey Chiesa, New Jersey's attorney general, announced this week that New Jersey will receive an estimated $837.7 million from a nationwide settlement with five of the country's largest mortgage servicers. 

Landmark foreclosure settlement a good step, but not enough

Published: Friday, February 10, 2012, 6:01 AM

Accountability means something. (click here) That’s the satisfying message in President Obama’s announcement of a $25 billion settlement between 49 states and several financial institutions that used fraudulent foreclosure procedures. As Obama noted in his news conference yesterday, though, the efforts are not nearly enough. Only 2 million people, at most, will get financial relief. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) welcomed news of the deal, but said it was “a long way from healing the grievous wounds left by the crisis and deceptive mortgage practices.”...

The sad truth of the GOP and its extremists is they do not adhere 'as the law of the land' ALL the legislation that came over time that was derived as an understanding of our Constitutional Rights.  The original document, while inspiring, does not apply to a growing nation beyond 13 original states.

The USA has and continues to become ungainly in its geographical size and its growing populous.  Laws, binding laws, were written to handle 'the world for the USA as it has become.'  I sincerely don't believe there is anything about "Terry's Law" but due to Jeb Bush's politicking federal legislation was passed.  But, I suppose that is a matter of interpretation as well.

If I had to point to any one person in the federal government that does not understand the USA Constitution it would have to be Chief Justice Roberts as he couldn't or wouldn't get the oath of office correct on January 20, 2009.

So, when Right Wing talks about, it would be wrong to say 'discusses, the USA Constitution is the DESIGNER US Constitution they desire and not the USA Constitution as it exists and the subsequent RULE OF LAW that is consistent throughout history.

If I may quote former President Bush, "We are a land of laws, not men."  Exactly.  Now if the men of the GOP would stop 'designing' their own understanding of the American Justice System and the truth it would be good.