Monday, August 30, 2010


If I were the President of the United States of America, this is what I'd say to those big corporations and CEOs:

"I’m tired of all you corporate fat cats bitching and moaning. Especially you Jamie Dimon. **


You have a problem with paying taxes? Renounce your US citizenship, take your fat asses and incorporate (have your base of operations) outside the United States in some place like socialist Europe or communist China/Russia, or the dangerous Middle East and have them protect your sorry butts. I say this because we all know that when we say "we go to war to protect America's interests", what we're really talking about is protecting corporate interests. Men and women in the military have died to protect your fat asses. Many when they come home have no job to go to. Yet you continue to outsource jobs, and sit in your nice comfy homes/mansions ... enjoying the best that life has to offer.

You're weak and soft and refuse to stand on your own two feet without the aid of the mighty U.S. military and tax payer money. The sorry lot of you make me sick to my stomach.


Now let me tell you why you and your friends won't renounce your US citizenship and incorporate (have your base of operations) outside the United States.


1. You won’t do it because you’re afraid the communists will seize your companies, and/or the Europeans (who don't trust you) won’t want to protect your sorry butts or even have enough money to support your sorry butts.


2. One of the reasons some Europeans don’t want you to incorporate (have your base of operations) in their country is because you pose a national security risk; PLUS without our help, you’ll drain their coffers dry protecting your lying, scheming, outsourcing asses.*


3. As for the Middle East, ... do I even need to tell you why you would never renounce your US citizenship and try to incorporate (have your base of operations) there?


That’s why for all your bitching and moaning, you will stay right where you are, pay your freaking taxes [let the Bush tax cuts expire] and shut the hell up."


September 8, 2010

Dylan Ratigan on the economy and tax cuts

(can also be seen HERE)

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On the Bush Tax Cuts (September 3, 2010)

Hardball with Chris Matthews (also viewed HERE)

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Now you, Jamie (and your asshole friends), could all incorporate (move your base of operations) on some big island in the Pacific; however, you'd have to pay for your own private army (that will eat into your budgets and cut your profits and bloated CEO pay). Plus, if the Europeans and Americans (and rest of the world) are smart, they will make you pay a heavy price (mucho money) to do business in their country.


UPDATE: September 8, 2010

I have a perfect solution for helping the small business owner. We're going to stop all the corporate (welfare) subsidies to most large corporations and give those subsidies to (American) small and midsized businesses/sub chapter S, and other (American) corporations who help rebuild our infrastructure, invest in a green economy and also invest in great research and development projects, and who provide well paying jobs that cannot ever be outsourced.

Last, reduce or remove our troops in various parts of the world that are causing a huge national security risk because of our presence there; and also reduce and/or merge national security agencies that are dysfunctional and mismanaged and make them functional.

Many of these agencies are jealous of other agencies, and thus, refuse to share information. And then there are the companies that are in the spying and warfare game strictly for profit allowing corrupt individuals to thwart efforts to crack down on crime, etc.; and they themselves, by virtue of their corrupt and/or criminal behavior, create national security problems for us, and a huge backlash against Americans.

Because of conflicts of interest, inability to analyze data and share it, mismanagement, corruption, jealousy and the outrageous number of law enforcement and national security networks, I think it has made us less safe.”


UPDATE: September 8, 2010 (aired September 7, 2010)

Dylan Ratigan on banks, insurance companies and the economy

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Above video can also be seen Here


**CEOs' Anti-Obama Slams: President Compared To Hitler, Mussolini & More (PHOTOS)

*Outsourcing Jobs Spinning Out of Control, (October 20, 2009, Michele Gilman)

***FORTUNE 50, 500, 1000, 5000 COMPANIES



*JP Morgan Chase settles Enron lawsuit (Forbes, 6/14/2005)

Greedy Bankers Are Like Coke Fiends | Economy | AlterNet (November 4, 2010 , by Tony Schwartz)


Anonymous said...

Also read:
"Inside Top Secret America"

Anonymous said...

These companies that bitch and moan about taxes and the Federal Government (Big Government) ... most are subcontractors, or employees of the Federal Government. Look if they get money from the Federal Government, they are bought and paid for by the Federal Government.

Republicans, while they also bitch and moan about Big Government, hell ... their biggest benefactors and friends are corporations who are bought and paid for by the Federal Government. Let's see how these poor ole companies exist without the aid and comfort of the Federal Government, or for that matter, foreign governments.

So Republicans, fess up and tell the world you are prostitutes for the very people you hire to do the work of Big Government.

And corporations, tell the truth to your employees, shareholders, Americans, foreigners, etc. ... that you are bitches/prostitutes of Big Government.

Conflicts of Interest all over the freaking place?!!!! Tell me about it!!

Read: Inside Top Secret America:

Anonymous said...

Tell all these large corporations to move their headquarters to an island. Then have all the democratic governments all over the world get together to agree on what's a decent global base wage.
[A wage that will be enough to buy groceries, housing, health/life/auto/homeowners insurance, an education for your children, furniture, clothing ...].

These world governments will then tell these global corporations that if they try to raise prices on goods and services, they must pay a higher wage to employees in order to afford the goods and services.

The shareholders must hold the CEOs accountable and tell them they will not approve salaries of 200% over global base wages.

If you are a small business, you are exempt from these rules; however, you must pay your employees the minimum wage of your country.

Clevelands Secret Club said...

Go to:
to learn more about the Bush Tax Cuts

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Another Republican idiot:
Read the following article on Alternet -

Conservative’s Plan for Economic Recovery: YOU Should Take a Pay Cut
Posted by meteorblades on @ 9:02 am
Article printed from speakeasy:

This post first appeared on Daily Kos.

Leave it to somebody from the American Enterprise Institute to figure out what’s really wrong with the economy. Kevin Hasset, AEI’s director of economic-policy studies, was an adviser to John McCain in his bid for the presidency. He writes, Your Fat Paycheck Keeps Your Neighbor Unemployed:

So here comes the leap into ice-cold water: The biggest problem with the labor market right now is that wages are too high. As Washington again turns to government spending as a cure for unemployment, some against-the-grain thinking is in order.

Economics teaches that full employment would be reached if wages adjust downward, to a level that better reflects current circumstances. At lower wages, employers would desire more workers. Labor markets generate persistent unemployment only if wages are sticky, failing to fall as demand declines.

So why aren’t American workers eagerly joining this race to the bottom, according to Hasset? Because of the minimum wage. Because of the damned unions. Because of extended unemployment benefits. Because of an unwillingness to pull up stakes and move. And, besides not understanding Economics 101, all those silly people have psychological issues:

…the natural reluctance of workers to accept lower pay is amplified by how their wage helps define their identity. A $60,000-a-year office worker might have an extra-hard time coming to terms with becoming a $40,000-a-year worker.

Hasset fails to point out how many workers have already taken pay-cuts, often in the guise of furloughs. Nor is he volunteering to take a one-third cut in his pay. Nor, you’ll notice, does he have anything to say about big-time CEOs or others among the top 10 percent taking a hit on their paychecks at a time when income inequality has given the United States a rich-poor ratio of a banana republic. No surprise. As a colonel in the class war, providing philosophical protection for the top tier is in his job description. No matter how disastrous actually carrying out his prescription would be.

As Tom Petruno at the Los Angeles Times points out, the plan would lead to deflation with consumers buying less than before at the very time that small businesses note that their biggest problem is weak sales. Which is why they’re not hiring.

Does Hasset actually want to worsen the vicious circle? Who knows. At least he’s not proposing another tax cut for the rich as a solution to the deficit. Gotta save that for next week’s column.

Anonymous said...

"Cancel the huge tax deduction on the most wasteful sorts of corporate debt, especially the kind used for speculation and leveraged buyouts. Dedicate that new revenue to raising Social Security. It's a deduction we should get rid of anyway, for good and independent reasons. It's that deduction that has encouraged the leveraged buyouts and looting of corporations by private equity funds and all the other speculation that caused Wall Street to crack up."

Anonymous said...

Bob Franken - Rant against the fat cats:

Dylan Ratigan Show, September 9, 2010

Clevelands Secret Club said...

The difference between communism and socialism, and the illegal trade by China and labor crushing corporations:

Assert Yourself, America; Don’t be an Illegal Trade Victim

Clevelands Secret Club said...

You've got to read:
"Poverty Is Through the Roof, and Billionaires Are Getting Pissy About Not Enough Profits" by Les Leopold

Anonymous said...

Watch Dylan Ratigan's program - September 16, 2010

Prof. Michael O'Hare

Anonymous said...

"How the Bush Tax Cuts Made Us Poorer"

Clevelands Secret Club said...

Read this very interesting article at Alternet:
"No Fluke: Republicans Support Off-Shoring Jobs"

Clevelands Secret Club said...

Great Article at USA Today:
"Some manufacturing heads back to USA"

Clevelands Secret Club said...

Everyone please read: "Surprise -- The Very Dark Side of U.S. History"

Elaine said...

**********You absolutely must read this:
"Why the U.S. Has Launched a New Financial World War -- and How the Rest of the World Will Fight Back"

Clevelands Secret Club said...

Max Keiser video:

Anonymous said...


"What Jamie Dimon Won't Tell You"

First Posted: 12- 4-10 11:14 PM | Updated: 12- 5-10 12:35 AM

Anonymous said...

"Business Is Booming" by Harold Meyerson (The American Prospect, January 28, 2011) //

"Financial Crisis Was Avoidable, Inquiry Finds" by Sewell Chan (NY Times, January 25, 2011)

Clevelands Secret Club said...

The following article is a must read:
"Dimon in the Rough" by Graydon Carter, April 2011 Vanity Fair