Analysis of global economic and financial conditions
The list is woefully inadequate. I don't see:Dick CheneyZbigniew BrzezinskiGrorgio Hugo BalestrieriDavid RockefellerNicholas RockerfellerLarry SilversteinHenry Kissinger Paul Wolfowitz Richard Perle Prince Phillipe Queen Sofia and King Juan Carlos Tony BlairMachmood AchmedGeorge Bush SrDonald Rumsfield Condalesa Rice Colon PowelGeneral Richard Myers, ChairmanRudy GullianiNorman MinettaPorter J. Goss Bob Graham Dick ArmatageMark GrossmanGeorge TennantArlen SpectorStephen SteinhauserWho'd I miss?William.
How about the all those who did nothing in the face of obvious problems (irregularities)?
Hi Aunt Jane!I missed you! Greenspan and Cox are explicitly mentioned, but there is certainly a very long list that belong in jail (playing on the theme in the picture).Do you remember that Taibi article a little while back? I am sure that he would put all Goldman Sachs influence (Paulson is there) on the list...Thanks for stopping by! R
Touche, William.Thanks for the expanded list, of which I am sure could go on for miles. China's on the list, but what about Japan?Rebecca
Rebecca, there's someone else Time magazine conveniently forgot to blame. Who could it be? Hint. Hint.
Great post Rebecca! Name the names!All the Central Bankers, especially those in the USA knew. Where's Janet Yellen?Add to this list, the courtier economists -- the Paul Krugman's of this world -- all of whom are clueless about money, credit and economics.
Hey, Rebecca!I read everything you post - may not comment, though...And the list goes on - I'm not good with remembering the names of the players y'all have brought up but keep'm coming!
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