Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Will the Real Cap'n Trade Please Stand Up?

Introducing our panelists, only some of whom claim to be the real Cap'n Trade:
--The Chicago Climate Exchange, which figured out a way to make $10 trillion a year making people pay for trading air in the financial markets;

--Barack Hussein Obama, director of the Joyce Foundation, which funded the Chicago Climate Exchange with seed money to get started;

--Goldman Sachs, owner of 10% of the Chicago Climate Exchange;

--Generation Investment Management, 5th largest shareholder of the Chicago Climate Exchange;

--Al Gore, who, together with three Goldman Sachs guys, founded Generation Investment Management;

--Carlton Bartels, deceased, former CEO of CO2e.com, who invented a system to trade residential carbon credits;

--Fannie Mae, who bought Bartels' system to trade residential carbon credits;

--Franklin Raines, CEO of Fannie Mae at the time of that purchase.
Thanks to Glenn Beck for using his research resources to connect the above dots. From Glenn Beck:  Why Goldman Is Willing to Take the Heat:
Remember when Fannie purchased risky mortgages from banks, bundled them together and sold to investors as mortgage-backed securities? And then the housing market was absolutely destroyed? Well, former Fannie VP Scott Lesmes was responsible for that bundling.

Well, here's the good news: Not only will this new carbon trading "system" try the exact same bundling method (except with air); they are using the exact same guy: Scott Lesmes.

But, please, don't worry. The only ones involved in this are the corrupt Franklin Raines, Mr. redistribution of wealth Barack Obama, and all the people who the House and Senate are currently saying are the bad guys. Other than that, this should work out great.

It's almost like Goldman is willing to take a little heat now, in order to get a little piece of the $10 trillion green pie later. I challenge the media: Will anyone pick this story up? Will anyone question this and the timing of it all?

All of a sudden illegal immigration has leap-frogged global warming? Is it because Goldman has to take hits to get the global government structure done? And then they get the payoff? 
To tell the truth, this makes one wonder what's really going on in those Congressional investigations of Goldman Sachs, doesn't it?

Cross posted at Potluck.
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